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The name says it all. The Park Avenue is a full sized luxury sedan by Buick. With the ability to seat up to six, this car was introduced in 1975 to attract those interested in a quality ride, shielded from noise and jolts from the outside world. For the US market, the Park Avenue was last produced in 2005.
The Buick LaCrosse is a large, five passenger sedan that was introduced in 2004. Through three generations, this car has come to define luxury in its class and is often referred to as an “executive” car.
Introduced in 2008, the Buick Enclave is a premium-brand vehicle based on the GM Lambda platform. Endowed with plenty of space and an upscale interior, this full-size luxury crossover SUV has something for everyone. Three rows of seating and a choice between front- and all-wheel drive make the Enclave especially family-friendly. U.S. News & World Report even ranked the Enclave its top Affordable Midsize SUV in 2014.
Initially introduced as an upscale mid-size car in 1973, the Buick Regal is known for being a family sedan. Production stopped for seven years, and the Regal that was reintroduced in 2011 is now much more an upscale sport sedan with four trim levels and an upscale cabin.
The Encore is Buick’s first crossover SUV. Small, compact, and affordable, the Encore is available in front- or all-wheel drive, and four trim levels. Introduced in 2013, this subcompact offers front- or all-wheel drive, and a comfortable ride, enhanced by a quiet, luxurious-feeling cabin.
The Buick Cascada is a mid-size convertible offered in two trim levels. Buick’s first factory convertible since 1991, the two-door Cascada seats four and offers a soft-top roof that folds down into the car offering a complete open-air driving experience.