Buick is killing the Cascada, leaving it with only one automotive to promote in america alongside its lineup of SUVs.
The 2-door convertible went on sale in 2016 as a badge-engineered model of a mannequin bought by GM’s former European model Opel since 2013.
A Buick spokesperson informed Automotive Information that Opel wouldn’t be changing the automotive on the finish of its deliberate manufacturing cycle this 12 months.
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The Cascada was Buick’s first convertible for the reason that 1991 Reatta and the primary automotive the corporate ever imported to the U.S. from Poland. It’s solely bought round 17,000 to date, however Buick stated 60 p.c of these prospects have been conquests from different automakers.
Together with the approaching discontinuation of the LaCrosse sedan, the departure of the Cascada leaves the Regal as Buick’s solely providing that isn’t a utility automobile.
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Buick sellers have till the tip of February to put orders for extra of the $33,995 convertibles earlier than the books shut. After that, GM followers fascinated by a drop-top expertise must select between a Camaro and a Corvette.