Buick Cascada Discontinued, So Get While the Getting’s Good

A lot of drivers have a soft spot for droptops because they make springtime and summer driving feel all the more adventurous and freeing. Something about driving with the top down in a convertible just seems so quintessentially American. But as market demand shifts toward more crossovers and SUVs, the convertible becomes less and less of a priority. For this reason, the Buick Cascada will be discontinued after the 2019 model year.

Buick Cascada discontinued

If you’ve always wanted a stylish Buick convertible, now is the time to act. The 2019 Buick Cascada is an elegant and refined choice that’s perfect for all-season driving but especially tailored for tackling the open road when the sun is held high over Houston. From its quick-retracting top, which stows in just 17 seconds at speeds of up to 31 mph, to its smooth handling informed by StabiliTrak and an innovative Hi-Per strut front suspension, the Cascada is fun to drive and great for showing off.

Because both the Buick Cascada and Buick LaCrosse will be leaving the lineup after 2019, you can expect to see them replaced with exciting new crossover options in the future — the names Envoy and Enspire have been thrown around a bit, but we’ll have to wait and see. In the meantime, if you want to get in on the action with a new Cascada or LaCrosse, get into West Point Buick GMC and take one for a spin.

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