Despite some minor flaws, the Buick Cascada manages to provide open-top fun without the compromises you might expect.
2016 Buick Cascada
Buick is doing its best to guarantee the new Cascada convertible is completely free of leaks in its fabric roof.
Despite the snowy Detroit weather, Buick unveiled the 2016 Cascada convertible, a handsome 2+2 that marks the brand's first droptop in over 25 years.
Buick has finally introduced its own version of the Vauxhall/Opel Cascada, a handsome, four-place, softtop convertible that will hit the market early next year.
The affordable four-seat convertible has become a largely forgotten genre in the States, especially with the death of the Chrysler 200 Convertible. Of course, there are still premium options from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz – not to mention more overtly performance-oriented droptop pony cars from Chevrolet and Ford – but if you want an affordable cruiser, you're kind of out of luck. That may be about to change, however, with renewed rumors of the Opel Cascada (pictured above) making