America’s oldest surviving car brand, Buick’s history can be traced back to 1899.
Over the years, the fortunes of the Buick nameplate have waxed and waned, but the fact remains when General Motors was reorganized in 2010, Buick’s tri-shield badge was one of the surviving logos. Autobytel Buick reviews provide insights to the governing philosophy behind the venerable brand, and offer well regarded professional analysis of the marque’s product portfolio.
Our dedicated team of qualified automotive evaluators reviews each Buick model for the technology they contain, in addition to their performance, interior accoutrements, styling, safety and security features, as well as their overall performance.
During the recent reorganization of General Motors, one of Buick’s saving graces is the popularity of the brand in China. Fully 35 percent of Buick’s worldwide sales are in that country, making it the largest market for Buick anywhere in the world. Today’s Buick lineup includes luxury sedans, sports sedans, and crossover SUVs, as America’s oldest surviving carmaker tries to appeal to a younger audience of upwardly mobile professionals.
One of the ways the company is trying to achieve this is with a brace of new, more performance oriented Buick offerings. Thus, the Autobytel Buick reviews cover the company’s full line of automobiles, taking into consideration their intended buyer, the overall history of the brand, and the capabilities of the model in question. The overarching goal here is to provide you with all of the background information you need to make the best purchase decision possible.