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Buick Models
  • Enclave

    Starting MSRP
    $40,300
  • Encore

    Starting MSRP
    $23,200
  • Encore GX

    Starting MSRP
    $24,200
  • Envision

    Starting MSRP
    $31,800

Buick Overview

Buick is the oldest active American automobile manufacturer, and among the oldest car brands in the world. It originated as the Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company in 1899, an independent internal combustion engine and motor-car manufacturer, and was later incorporated as the Buick Motor Company on May 19, 1903, by Scottish born David Dunbar Buick in Detroit, Michigan. Five years later, Buick would again be incorporated, as the first brand of the newly-formed General Motors Corporation. From the 1940s to 1960s, Buick built some of the most iconic cars in the world -- the Buick Roadmaster and Riviera symbolized a changing, increasingly affluent America. In the early ‘80s, Buick honored its NASCAR racing pedigree with the introduction of the Grand National trim on its Regal. The '84-87 Grand Nationals are of particular note: featuring an all-black paint job, turbocharged V6, and optional T-top, they have since become a favorite amongst collectors. Today, Buick’s lineup is drawing praise from critics, auto journalists, and satisfied owners alike. Sales in recent years have broken records for the company, as China and other countries have become enamored by the marque. The present Buick line is a thoughtful array of crossovers, and luxury sedans with a twist of sportiness.
Buick is the oldest active American automobile manufacturer, and among the oldest car brands in the world. It originated as the Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company in 1899, an independent internal combustion engine and motor-car manufacturer, and was later incorporated as the Buick Motor Company on May 19, 1903, by Scottish born David Dunbar Buick in Detroit, Michigan. Five years later, Buick would again be incorporated, as the first brand of the newly-formed General Motors Corporation. From the 1940s to 1960s, Buick built some of the most iconic cars in the world -- the Buick Roadmaster and Riviera symbolized a changing, increasingly affluent America. In the early ‘80s, Buick honored its NASCAR racing pedigree with the introduction of the Grand National trim on its Regal. The '84-87 Grand Nationals are of particular note: featuring an all-black paint job, turbocharged V6, and optional T-top, they have since become a favorite amongst collectors. Today, Buick’s lineup is drawing praise from critics, auto journalists, and satisfied owners alike. Sales in recent years have broken records for the company, as China and other countries have become enamored by the marque. The present Buick line is a thoughtful array of crossovers, and luxury sedans with a twist of sportiness.