Used Buick Information
Buick is a division of General Motors, founded in 1903, selling vehicles in the entry-level luxury segment above Chevrolet and below the Cadillac divisions. Buick is the oldest American automotive marque and was one of the original GM vehicle brands at the General Motors founding. Both of GM's founders, William Durant and Louis Chevrolet, had been Buick employees. Buick vehicles are sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China.
Buick's vehicles are marked by their waterfall grille work, distinctive trishield emblem, and VentiPorts at the rear of the front fenders. The latter are largely non-functional, but traditionally denote the engine's displacement, but this convention is often ignored in favor of style. Most Buicks today feature three VentiPorts.
Buick has seen a resurgence in recent years and thus more interest from consumers on the used car market as well. The brand has many midsize and full-size sedans as well as mid- and full-size crossovers in its lineup. Notables are the Buick LaCrosse, Regal, Encore and Enclave.
The Buick LaCrosse is a full-size sedan, introduced in 2005, took over for the Park Avenue and similar large cars in the brand's lineup. It is noted for its refinement, smooth and comfortable ride, and easy driving dynamics.
The Regal is Buick's midsize sedan and one of its best-selling. Various versions of this car are available in the aftermarket with some being aimed for everyday family driving, some for sportier driving, etc. They will be denoted by additional model insignia after the Regal name.
The best-selling Buick is the Enclave crossover, which is a midsize cross which many have applauded for its refinement and affordability.
The smaller Encore crossover is newly popular as a small crossover SUV with plenty of family-friendliness and a right-size for city and urban driving.