Automakers love releasing special editions focused on specific paint colors. Fiat Chrysler's released small-batch Dodge and Jeep vehicles with throwback paint options, and now Buick joins the fray with its hope-you-like-blue ST.
ST stands for Sport Touring, but I'll be honest, there's not a lot of sport here. The major additions to the normal Cascada include new 20-inch wheels, black interior trim bits, sport pedals and a flat-bottomed steering wheel.
Otherwise, the ST is loaded with every option available on other Cascadas. It'll set you back $37,885, which is about $4,000 more than a base Cascada. A fully-loaded Cascada in any other color will run about $37,385, so it stands to reason that you're only paying about $500 for all the kit mentioned above. In that sense, it's not a bad price.
The only catch is that you must love the color blue. The Cascada ST is available in a paint color unique to this car, True Blue Metallic, which isn't a bad name as far as paint colors are concerned. If you're willing to engage your inner Tobias Fünke, the Cascada ST could be right up your alley.