Buick company spokesperson Nick Richards has said that “we don’t comment on speculation or rumors,” but it is possible the company is just holding off on announcing the arrival of its new convertible the 2016 Cascada. It would be the first affordable four-seat convertible to be made available to the public in quite some time.
Last week Buick showed off the Cascada to US dealers, creating dialogue of the company bringing it over from Europe just in time for the 2016 model year. Style wise, U.S version would be identical of its German counterpart, but under the hood however may look a little different. The European model uses a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, but the U.S horse power could vary.
Speculation about the convertible began last year when GM CEO Dan Akerson said the car was “on his wish list to bring over.” The U.S trademark on the name has already been reserved earlier this year, thus making it safe to anticipate Cascada’s arrival in early 2016. Hopefully we can anticipate to have the new convertible on U.S roads as soon as possible!
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