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Buick shows up at the 2015 Detroit auto show with the Cascada, a dedicated four-seat convertible designed for performance.
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Buick hasn't had a convertible since the Reatta, soon they will again with the new Cascada which made it's debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.