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The 2010 Buick Enclave
The 2010 Buick Enclave

The Buick Enclave has standard seating for seven people, making this SUV one of the best mid-sized family cars on the market.  Buick have not spared any expense when it comes to the looks and stylish design of the Enclave.  The quality just oozes out of this SUV from the inside to the outside...Read More»

2010 Buick Enclave FWD 4-door 1XL Rear Seats
2010 Buick Enclave CXL2 Has Style and Substance

The 2010 Buick Enclave is a very stylish, mid-size crossover, with family ties to Chevrolets Traverse and GMCs Acadia.  Of this group, the Enclave certainly has the most curb appeal with its rakish, large waterfall grille and its muscular shoulders.    Born in the 2008 model year, the Enclave...Read More»

2009 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
Frugal Shopper: Compare New And Used Vehicles Before You Buy

This year may go down in history as one of the best for frugal car shoppers. Thanks to incentive programs from automakers and the federal government and return policies from companies like Hyundai and GM, 2009 has been mostly a buyer's market (at least for buyers who've been able to score loans in...Read More»

2010 GMC Acadia
2010 Buick Enclave And 2010 GMC Acadia: Envoys For The New GM

This year, even if you ignore the demise of Pontiac and the uncertain future of Saturn, and Hummer, there's already going to be a very noticeable difference at Chevrolet and GMC dealerships: the 2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer and 2009 GMC Envoy are gone, and they're not coming back for 2010. That's...Read More»

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2012 Buick: Is GM Building an American Lexus?

If you're reading this article in 2012, congratulations. Thanks to the miracle of Google search, Web longevity and ultra-fast fiber-optics, you already know if the renaissance that started in the summer of 2009 at Buick was successful. From our perspective, here in the dark ages of 2009, Buick has...Read More»

2009 teaser shot of Buick crossover plug-in hybrid, a rebadged Saturn Vue quickly dubbed the 'Vuick'
GM Reveals New, Smaller 2011 Buick Crossover (Nee Saturn Vue)

General Motors announced today that Buick will launch a five-passenger crossover next year, with a plug-in hybrid version to follow in 2011. And it looks to us like the Saturn Vue is getting a three-shields makeover. GM released an image of the new Buick crossover's grille. Which looks a whole lot...Read More»

2012 Buick Enclave
2012 Buick Enclave: CBS Blows an Embargo?

General Motors is pounding the airwaves with positive messages while it tries to discreetly machete its way through a Chapter 11 filing. Today's question--are they putting the 2012 Buick Enclave out there as a sex object, to distract from court proceedings with an old-fashioned lift of the kimono?...Read More»

Ford Transit Connect Family One Concept
12 Great Family Cars for the Recession

  America’s in the midst of a deep recession--and no industry's suffered like the auto industry. Even so, the need for a new family car is still pressing on folks who may be readying for a new arrival, or ready to move out of a smaller car into one that’s more teen-friendly. Which family car...Read More»

Buick Enclave
GM Facing Still More Setbacks

It just keeps getting worse, it seems, for General Motors. Even as there’s a glimmer of hope that the nearly three-month strike at mega-supplier American Axle might soon be over, the giant automaker is facing still more walkouts at factories of its own. About 1,500 employees at a metal stamping...Read More»

GM Slashing Truck Production; Worse May Be Coming

The worsening U.S. economy is forcing General Motors to slash production of its big pickups and SUVs. It will trim operations at four key truck plants, reducing production by a whopping 143,000 vehicles. Even barring further cutbacks – which industry observers fear could follow – those plants...Read More»

Can Detroit Export to the World?

It hasn’t been a good year for Chrysler, not that 2007 was much better. The smallest of the Big Three has been steadily losing market share, as domestic demand for its cars, trucks and minivans declines. But one thing looks good, amidst the bleak terrain: Chrysler’s overseas sales set a...Read More»

Don't Drape the Buick Enclave in Velvet

At a recent New York City Buick luncheon, we chatted with Buick general manager Steve Shannon about his brand and where it's going. Shannon, like other GM executives, feel they are on the right track now with product--the Lucerne, LaCrosse, and the coming Enclave. The thing Buick is working on...Read More»

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