Buick was founded by David Dunbar Buick in 1899 and was combined with the Buick Motor Company in 1903. Buick built some of the best vehicles on the road and, over time, has managed a few surprises in their (normally conservative) line. Born in Scotland, David Dunbar Buick is a prime example of what makes the United States of America great – opportunity for people with a dream. Buick has been making cars for 110 years and shows no sign of slowing.
I’m proud to celebrate the 237th anniversary of independence and so is Buick. Quite frankly: I like Buick a lot more than I once did. Why? They are using many of General Motor’s European platforms to build excellent sedans. Hummm – bringing something over to the U.S.A from Europe that makes this place a little better? Sounds like David Dunbar Buick AND it sounds like my TFLCar buddies Roman Mica and Andre Smirnov.
Buick’s lineup posed three Veranos in front of their Orion Assembly Plant in Orion Township, Michigan. I like these peppy little sedans and dig their looks. I look forward to the next 110 years with Buick and so do you!
“Enclave luxury crossovers are produced at Lansing Delta Assembly in Lansing, Mich. and are ranked among the Cars.com Top 10 American-Made Cars. The red, white and blue Verano compact luxury sedans are built at the Orion Assembly plant in Orion Twp., Mich. and LaCrosse luxury sedans come off the line at Fairfax Assembly in Kansas City, Kan. Together, the three models account for nearly 80 percent of the Buicks sold in the U.S. this year.
Buick is a modern luxury brand offering vehicles with sculpted designs, luxurious interiors with thoughtful personal technologies, along with responsive-yet-efficient performance. Buick is attracting new customers with its portfolio of award-winning luxury models, including the Enclave crossover, LaCrosse sedan, Regal sport sedan, Buick Verano sedan and the all-new Encore crossover.” – – GM Media
Check out this fun video with the American trio, the 2013 Dodge Dart vs Buick Verano vs Chrysler 200!