America's oldest active car brand, Buick is part of the General Motors portfolio. Positioned just under the auto industry's premium nameplates, Buick offerings are actually much more popular in China than in the US. The latter is widely considered to be the primary reason why the brand survived parent GM's 2009 Chapter 11 restructuring.
They're not necessarily bad cars, they just haven't caught on like others.
And often times, the longer they wait around, the better chance there is to score a deal.
The crossover SUV's price falls compared to the outgoing (and outdated) model.
An era draws to a close as GM's premium brand transitions away from passenger cars entirely in the US and Canada.
They're not especially cool or exciting, but they're good bets for the youngsters.
And they're all SUVs and trucks, save for the upcoming Cadillac Celestiq.
Buick's new SUV slots between the smaller Encore and larger Envision.
The new Encore GX is a much-needed addition to Buick's SUV lineup, but its premium intentions are overshadowed by its budget bones.