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Quick Spin

We sample all three variants of the new model.

This isn't your grandfather's Buick.

Study

A leading problem area: infotainment systems.

Survey has a remarkable statistic about overall satisfaction

First Drive

This Audi Q5 fighter is refined, but is that enough?

We drive Buick's first entry into the compact crossover market, which comes by way of China.

First Drive

It's unwaveringly pleasant, even on a twisty road.

Big luxury sedans get no respect, we tells ya.

First Drive

Is It Worth Bringing Home From Vacation?

Despite some minor flaws, the Buick Cascada manages to provide open-top fun without the compromises you might expect.

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Updated Sedan Goes Nice On Ice

"This is just silly," I said as I laughed my way sideways around the icy track at Circuit ICAR, a racecourse, drag strip and kart track at the Montreal-Mirabel International Airport in Quebec. It wasn't the activity that had me cracking up, though. After all, winter driving experiences aren't uncommon in this business.

Quick Spin
Quick Spin

A few months ago I drove the 2014 Buick LaCrosse and wrote up a First Drive review of it. For all of my quibbles with that sedan (and I had a fair number), I understand that it speaks to the heart of what new Buick loyalists like in a car; it's roomy, has a cushy ride and is as placid as a summer's morning at highway speeds.

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First Drive

A Nice, New Buick Aims For Middle Of The Road

The all-new Encore crossover is latest attempt to change demographics

On the eve of my college graduation some 14 years ago, I bought my first car. It brought instant laughter.

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First Drive

GM's Flagship Lambda Is (Still) A Smooth Operator

First Drive

Look Who Just Raised The Bar In The Compact Entry-Level Luxury Segment

Premium brands have the happiest customers

Does it matter to you how happy other people are with their cars and trucks? Marketing experts often say that word-of-mouth endorsement from those in our social circles are more influential than advertising. It makes sense. So, perhaps the somewhat surprising findings of a new study on customer satisfaction might influence your thinking. It is based, after all on surveys filled out by car owners about how happy they are with their cars.