Starting with the 2019 model year, GM has decided to remove the name "Buick" from all Buicks made in the US, and rely only on the Buick logo for model identification. I wonder if this means the end of Buick in the US.................
Buick builds and sells more cars in China than here, and they import some cars back to the US. I don't really see removing the name plate for that market considering history of the marque in that country. Some of Volvo's new cars like S90 Inscription are made there, they claim more humans than robots can produce tighter clearances and more solid feeling quality. We're screwed!
You will never know. killing olds but keeping saturn that was very "smart decision" lol. I not sure how come chevy keep being #1 beats me. So i wont be surprised.
The Feds wanted GM to kill Buick along with Pontiac, Saturn and Hummer as part of the bailout a decade ago. Domestically, Pontiac was outselling Buick in its last year of existence and Buick's domestic sales that year were below where Oldsmobile's had been in 2000 when GM decided to pull the plug. The brand I really can't understand is GMC (aka Generic Made Chevrolet). What's the point of having a mirror truck brand with little or nothing to distinguish between the two?