Used 2016 Buick Values

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(Model years 2018 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
The all-new Buick Cascada is designed to compete with mid-level convertibles.
A full-sized crossover with premium amenities helps the Enclave compete with an ever-expanding SUV market.
Buick’s sleek Encore crossover SUV is both elegant and feature-rich, amply outfitted for discerning buyers.
Buick’s Envision SUV is boldly styled, spaciously welcoming and adorned with all the creature comforts you’d expect.
The flagship Buick LaCrosse returns for 2016, loaded with all the features that have made this sedan a fan favorite.
The Regal returns for 2016 with plenty of options and a roomy interior.
The Buick Verano delivers in style, comfort and drive with plenty of luxurious features to dote on.

A breath of fresh air comes to Buick with the introduction of the Cascada. A vehicle found in European under General Motors' Opel brand, the 2016 Buick Cascada is a fashionable 2+2 passenger convertible delivering open-air luxury. The Cascada will be Buick's first convertible since 1991 and the brand's first production two-door since the discontinuation of the Riviera in 1999. Marketed effectively as a small premium crossover, the Buick Encore will be the recipient of some more prep in 2016.


The new Encore Sport Touring is equipped with a higher output 1.4-liter engine generating 153 horsepower. The 2016 Buick Sport Touring is also going to feature a winged rear spoiler and 18-inch aluminum wheels. A Tuscan Edition version of the Buick Enclave also new for 2016 providing a bronzed grille and 20-inch chrome-clad wheels. Several 2016 Buick products offer exterior color changes while vehicles like the LaCrosse and Regal gain an enhanced IntelliLink system. The entire 2016 Buick line-up boasts the availability of OnStar with 4G LTE connection with built-in Wi-Fi.