A recent report from the Chinese automotive website Autohome, General Motors is considering rebadging the current Volt models, and selling the Volt as the Buick Velite in China.
However, times are different. Cars have more constraints with emissions, safety, and many other areas. Not to mention the common platform cars use today.
I can't believe how many times I hear people say "I wish I knew what happened to my old car." If you've ever tried to find an old car, you know it can be a challenge.
Back in the early 1980's, my Grandpa purchased a 1974 Buick Century Gran Sport (GS) from the dealership he worked at, which was Van Atta Buick in Vestal, NY. The '74 had a 455 cubic inch V8, backed by a 3 speed automatic transmission. From the stories I've heard, the car was a road rocket.
When I first saw the Buick Cascada at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, I thought that it was a great looking small car, but I immediately thought that it was going to be another one of those concept car
I had a strong feeling coming into the 2016 Detroit Auto Show that we wouldn’t be seeing a great many American performance debuts, since the current Challenger, Mustang, Camaro and Corvette are all
If you follow the American auto industry, there is a good chance that you are familiar with the fact that manual transmissions are slowly vanishing from the lineups of almost every major automaker.
Shortly after the modern Buick Regal was introduced, the General Motors performance community began calling for a new high performance version.
I saw one Buick owner was considering this custom convertible 1972 Buick Skylark. If it was offered to you, what would you do with it?
The Buick brand does what few automakers in American attempt – offering premium luxury amenities with less than premium luxury pricing – and the LaCrosse is the brand’s full sized flagship sedan.
While the Buick brand is doing better than some of the other smaller names in the American auto industry, this affordable luxury brand posts relatively low sales figures due to their smallish colle
This Buick was built in the USA commissioned to the Australian government for the American consulates when they came to Australia.
I’m a car nut. I’m middle aged, I can afford any car I want within reason, and I have to admit, I don’t know the names of Buick’s current line-up.