2018 Buick Cascada Gets More Colorful

2018 Buick Cascada Gets More Colorful

2018 Buick Cascada Gets More Colorful

This fall, Buick will expand the Cascada’s color palette by adding more options based on customer feedback and advanced color trending analysis. Building on a proven color strategy, Buick will add three new exterior colors and two new convertible tops and expand the Sport Touring Dark Effects Package with two additional exterior colors, enhancing customers’ ability to express their personal style on the road.

Buick’s three new jewel-toned exterior colors — Rioja Red Metallic, Dark Moon Blue Metallic and Carrageen Metallic — align with customer preferences and color trends showing up globally in other industries, including interior design and fashion.

“Color is back,” says Catherine Black, lead designer of Buick’s Color and Trim Studio. “While 80 percent of the exterior colors purchased globally are neutrals — black, silver or grey — many customers are starting to move away from these neutral tones and have an appetite for entirely different colors like dark navy and maroon.” In a segment with limited options, Cascada combines luxury features and additional on-trend color options at an attainable price to give style-conscious buyers more reasons to reconsider Buick.

The coordination of Cascada’s newest color palette with larger global color trends is the result of an ongoing advanced color and trim trend analysis from Buick’s Design Color and Trim Studio. Looking at multiple industries, Buick Color and Trim creative designers research, analyze, design and develop interior and exterior colors and materials three to four years in advance of a vehicle debut.

“Our Color and Trim designers possess a specialized skill set and acumen for knowing which trends have lasting power and interpreting them for automotive so the choices remain fresh, modern and relevant,” says Sharon Gauci, global director, Buick Design Color and Trim.

A number of the colors in the updated Buick Cascada color palette appear in the Fall 2017 PANTONE Fashion Color Report, validating the Buick design team’s work.

New color options have also expanded to the Cascada’s convertible top. Sweet Mocha and Malbec are the two new available convertible top options on the Premium trim, joining Ebony.

Carrageen Metallic will be offered exclusively on the Cascada’s Sport Touring model.

Summit White and Ebony Twilight Metallic join Sport Red as available exterior colors on Sport Touring with Dark Effects package.

In addition to more color options, standard 20-inch twin-spoke black-painted wheels are now standard on the 2018 Sport Touring model and navigation is included on all 2018 Cascada models.

Since launch, the Buick Cascada has outsold the BMW 2 Series convertible as well as Audi’s A3 and A5 convertibles combined. It attracts almost 7 out of 10 buyers from outside Buick and other GM brands. Since launch, fleet sales account for less than one percent of total Cascada sales.

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2018 Buick Regal GS Makes World Debut

2018 Buick Regal GS Makes World Debut

2018 Buick Regal GS Makes World Debut

Where spirited driving meets attainable luxury and sleek, sporty design meets modern usefulness, you’ll find the 2018 Buick Regal GS – a car for commutes that are anything but common. As the brand’s most dramatic expression of design and dynamics, this all-new model balances these key characteristics to provide customers excellent driving performance every day and in every season.

The 2018 Regal GS advances the nameplate with 51 more horsepower than the model it replaces, more refined transmission and AWD technology, all-new, heated/cooled and massaging performance seats and the added functionality and style of a five-door sportback design. Starting at $39,990 with destination charges, the Regal GS offers luxury features at a price more attainable than competitors from Audi and BMW.

“This is a sport sedan designed for everyday driving, but one that makes every drive special,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president, Global Buick and GMC. “The new Regal GS is in the sweet spot of the market: more refined and luxurious than the mainstream, more value for the price with style and premium features on par with higher-end competitors, and with standard features like AWD with active twin clutch and a rear sportback design that will surprise customers with its usefulness.”

2018 Buick Regal GS Makes World Debut

Regal GS Highlights:

  • New 3.6L V-6 with 310 horsepower and 282 lb-ft of torque featuring direct injection, cylinder deactivation and stop/start technology
  • Standard nine-speed automatic transmission and intelligent all-wheel drive (AWD) with active twin clutch for improved vehicle control, and five-link rear suspension
  • GS-specific, AGR-certified, performance seats that are heated, cooled and massaging with adjustable seat and seat-back bolsters as well as thigh support
  • Second-generation Continuous Damping Control (CDC) capable of 500 adjustments per second and Interactive Drive Control with GS and Sport modes
  • Unique sport front and rear fascias, side skirts and rear spoiler
  • Standard 19-inch wheels
  • Performance brakes with Brembo front calipers
  • Sport-tuned exhaust system
  • Sport flat-bottom steering wheel and metal pedals
  • Available head-up display

Buick’s most advanced new propulsion components come standard on the new Regal GS. With 310 horsepower, its refined 3.6-liter V-6 provides more power than an Acura TLX A-Spec or a Lexus IS350 F-Sport but offers seamless auto stop/start technology and can cruise on four cylinders. The V-6 engine is complemented by a sport-tuned dual exhaust system.

Regal GS’ intelligent AWD system with an active twin clutch can precisely transfer torque between the rear wheels for more refined and efficient performance, and the GS receives one of the first applications of the nine-speed automatic transmission in the Buick lineup that’s mated to AWD. This advanced new transmission will soon be offered across five different Buick models.

Every Regal GS also features Buick’s Interactive Drive Control, allowing the driver to tailor the car’s dynamics based on different drive experiences through a standard setting or Sport and GS modes selected via the center console. Interactive Drive Control utilizes Buick’s second-generation Continuous Damping Control (CDC), which is able to adjust suspension damping up to 500 times per second.

Versus a standard 2018 Regal Sportback, the GS also has standard Brembo brakes for more confident stopping power.

“With the all-new 2018 Regal GS, we set out to make a driver-focused, engaging and entertaining sport sedan without sacrificing the smooth ride and refined character expected of any modern Buick,” said Martin Hayes, chief engineer for the Buick Regal GS. “Our new V-6 and nine-speed transmission, intelligent AWD and CDC all work to deliver excellent driving performance.”

Outside, Buick’s signature sculptural beauty presents the car’s sporting nature in an understated way with aggressive front and rear fascias, standard 19-inch wheels, a rear decklid spoiler and GS badging front and rear. Full LED headlamps are an option.

Inside, the Regal features unique perforated GS-specific performance seats with integrated headrests and adjustable lumbar and thigh support bolsters. The seats are heated and ventilated and come standard with a massage function. The interior also features a standard heated flat-bottom sport steering wheel and GS-specific pedals and sill plates.

The 2018 Regal GS offers a cohesive and connected infotainment experience with an 8-inch diagonal touchscreen and 8-inch diagonal reconfigurable instrument cluster as standard equipment. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility both come standard. A full-color head-up display is available with an optional Driver Confidence II package that also includes several safety features including Front Pedestrian Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert and Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Automatic Braking.

The Regal GS is a highest performance expression of the 2018 Buick Regal GS Sportback. Other Regal Sportback models will offer a standard 2.0T engine and sleek new design at a starting price — $25,915 – that’s approximately $2,000 lower than the 2017 Regal

The first-ever Regal TourX, which combines car-like handling and SUV capability, launches with limited availability of select higher trim levels later this year. TourX models with a starting price of $29,995 are expected to be available at dealers in February 2018.

Every Regal also comes equipped with a 3 month/3 gigabyte trial of OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot[1] and access to an unlimited data plan for $20 per month[2], as well as five years of the OnStar Basic Plan[3] at no additional cost. Among other benefits like the myBuick app[4], this connectivity plan features OnStar Smart Driver, an opt-in service designed to help Buick owners maximize their vehicle’s overall performance and become better drivers.

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2010 Buick LeSabre



From unique features to unique style, the 2010 Buick LeSabre is designed to inspire your confidence and consider your comfort. With an 8-way power driver seat and a 3800 Series II V6 engine, Reviewing LeSabre info, Buick dealers, Buick experts, and owners find LeSabre is as easy to rely on as it is relaxing to drive. Adding to our 2010 Buick research, we note the available options on LeSabre Limited like Gran Touring suspension, StabiliTrak, EyeCue head up windshield display and Concert Sound II audio, and the result of this car’s thoughtful design quickly becomes obvious: an award-winning vehicle that inspires your peace of mind every time you drive. This is the best website for 2010 Buick LeSabre info, as well as information and assistance finding the 2010 Buick LeSabre dealers near you for leasing or buying a new 2010 Buick LeSabre.

LeSabre is designed with your ultimate comfort and safety in mind. Browse the 2010 Buick LeSabre T Type parts, specs and photos on this page to find out exactly how LeSabre instills you with driving excitement coupled with peace of mind. The 2010 Buick LeSabre is one of the world’s definitive full-size cars. A vehicle that gives you and your family superb occupant protection, personal security features, and the roominess, quality, comfort, and feeling of control that bring out all the true pleasures of driving. Buying a new 2010 Buick becomes much easier when you can refer to 2010 Buick LeSabre T Type parts, specs, photos and expert advice online. That is the purpose of our reviewing the 2010 Buick LeSabre was to provide Buick LeSabre assistance and information based on our research of the Buick line of automobiles.

There’s a reason the 2010 Buick LeSabre is selected by more thoughtful people than any other full-size car. Adorned with all the amenities you require for safe, comfortable, reliable travel, LeSabre is truly designed and equipped to make your time on the road one of life’s more peaceful endeavors.

2010 Buick LeSabre T Type parts specs reveal a standard 3800 Series II V6 that delivers 205 horsepower and 230 lb-ft of torque – all the engine you need for quick acceleration and confident passing. With an EPA estimated fuel economy of 20 mpg city and 29 mpg highway, the 3800 V6 also gives you the kind of gas mileage that helps keep you away from the pump and on the road. Adding to our improved 2010 Buick LeSabre info, we note that beneath the chassis, the LeSabre comes standard with Gran Touring suspension, a combination of special front and rear shock absorbers, stabilizer bars, fast-ratio power steering and special tires that make even the bumpiest ride seem smooth. When turning on slippery surfaces, avoiding an unexpected obstacle, or counter steering due to a gust of wind, the vehicle’s StabiliTrak automatically applies the correct amount of pressure to your left or right front brake to help you control your steering and stay on your intended course. Reviewing LeSabre specs further, the improved 2010 Buick LeSabre also comes equipped with full-range traction control that helps sense drive-wheel slippage at any speed and reacts by automatically modulating the brakes and reducing engine torque until the driver regains control.

The LeSabre boasts a number of other features, as well, including automatic dual-zone climate control, a Concert Sound II system with six strategically placed speakers, heated 10-way power front outboard seats, and an optional sunroof. The 2010 Buick LeSabre also offers four-wheel antilock disc brakes that provide excellent stopping power and better resistance to fading under repeated and prolonged stopping, a self-check system with an indicator light lets you know that its standard driver and right front passenger airbags are working, and the innovative Catcher’s Mitt seats that are designed to help absorb energy and pocket the occupant’s pelvis and lower back comfortably and securely. Don’t take our word for it – see for yourself. To access other 2010 Buick pictures, or to read some additional 2010 Buick LeSabre T Type parts specs, please visit the other models on this site.

Buick Rendezvous

buick rendezvous

buick rendezvous

The beauty of the 2010 Buick Rendezvous is its ability to bring it all together in one vehicle that fits every side of your lifestyle. Offering the ride of a luxury car, the versatility of a Minivan, and capabilities of an SUV, Rendezvous puts 100 years of Buick ingenuity into a supremely intelligent vehicle. Available features like Versatrak all-wheel drive and a Trailer Towing Package capable of handling up to 3,500 lb. ensure the improved Rendezvous is ready for your adventurous side.

Fun to look at and drive, the new 2010 Buick Rendezvous is innovative, stylish, and infinitely capable. As a hybrid design combining the best qualities of a luxury sedan, a minivan, and a sport utility vehicle, the 2010 Rendezvous is capable of meeting the many needs of your diverse lifestyle. Take note of the notable innovations that make the new 2010 Buick Rendezvous Ultra accessory review one of the most comprehensive on the web.

This 2010 Buick Rendezvous Ultra accessory review is a testimony to the surefootedness of its available Versatrak all-wheel drive to its amazingly reconfigurable interior, Rendezvous brings together-for the first time-the best features of an SUV, a luxury sedan, and a minivan. It’s a brilliant combination of functionality and performance. Take an even closer look and get ready to bid the status quo a very fast adieu.

Rendezvous innovative 2010 Versatrak all-wheel-drive system (optional on the CX and standard on the CXL) is lightweight, efficient, and especially effective in low-traction situations. Buick Rendezvous uses front wheel drive for ordinary driving situations and automatically adds rear wheel drive capability as needed to help keep the vehicle in control and moving forward in spite of muddy, snowy, or slippery road surfaces. Built-in safeguards help prevent damage to the Versatrak system due to abuse or overworking. View our 2010 Buick Rendezvous Ultra accessory review and pictures to get an even better idea why Buick dealers are having a field day making great deals for those thinking of leasing or buying a new 2010 Buick Rendezvous.

When it’s time to cruise, leather-appointed front and second-row seats, an available in-dash six-disc CD player, and dual-zone climate control are just a few of the luxuries that set the right mood. And when you’re bringing the whole family along for the ride, the vehicle’s rear seat audio system, available rear seat DVD entertainment system, and amazingly reconfigurable interior can make your passengers feel like they have the best seat in the house. You certainly have come to the right place for 2010 Buick Rendezvous info.

At the heart of the new and improved 2010 Buick Rendezvous Ultra accessory review is data about its 3400 series V6 engine. The car’s suspension system is important, too, and it has been engineered for a superb sedan-like ride and impressive control, boasting all the components necessary to deliver smooth performance under a wide variety of driving conditions. Lastly, the Rendezvous electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission utilizes advanced calibration logic to help ensure smooth, precise shifting. In addition to its proven durability, the transmission also utilizes adaptive learning logic, tailoring it to your driving style for optimum shifting performance, and wowing automotive experts all the while.

Inside the car, the luxury and technological innovation doesn’t stop. The Rendezvous CXL offers an available 8-speaker premium audio system with in-dash six-disc CD changer and six-phase graphic equalizer. A power sliding glass sunroof glides open with the touch of a button. Standard power remote controls enable you to adjust the outside folding mirrors without opening the windows. Rear seat DVD entertainment system with a flip-down color monitor lets rear seat passengers enjoy the video and audio clarity of DVD everywhere you travel. If all of this isn’t enough, the car even offers XM Satellite Radio as well.

All of the data in this 2010 Buick Rendezvous Ultra accessory review is impressive, but perhaps the biggest accomplishments documented in 2010 Buick Rendezvous specs are its safety features. The available Versatrak all-wheel drive system is especially effective in low-traction situations. To contribute to occupant safety, airbags and a steel safety cage structure helps preserve the integrity of the passenger compartment in a collision. The standard Driver Information Center includes tire pressure monitoring, basic trip computer, fuel economy indicator, low fuel level indicator, and Personal Choice programming functions. And lastly, operational while the vehicle is in reverse, the car’s ultrasonic Rear Park Assist uses sonar to detect stationary objects within ten inches of the rear bumper. For more 2010 Buick specs, how to find 2010 Buick pictures, check the other models on this site.