GM's Buick division is placed midway between Chevrolet and Cadillac, offering moderately affluent drivers an entry into luxury cars and crossover SUVs. From earlier years of creating huge sedans and coupes, and past its recent image of comfortable cars for seniors, Buick now positions itself as a brand for younger to middle-aged singles and families. The Enclave is a popular and versatile family hauler. The Verano adds a touch of luxury to the small sedan. Buick owners should expect much from their cars and plan to maintain them with the best-available replacement parts. Get All Parts is the nation's leader in original equipment, aftermarket, and upgrade Buick parts and accessories, including an industry-leading five-year limited warranty.
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David Dunbar Buick began his auto company in Detroit in 1903, and then sold it to James Whiting in Flint, Michigan a year later. Whiting brought in William Durant to run Buick's operations, who also helped consolidate General Motors into a multi-brand auto giant. Durant began a sales scheme that continues to this day: Buick is positioned midway between Chevrolet and Cadillac as GM’s entry-level luxury division, offering more amenities than Chevy but not as many as Cadillac.
Early on and into the 1960s Buick made a name for itself, offering massive cars, some of the largest and longest ever sold in the US. Yet while experimenting with SUVs and compact cars in more recent decades, today Buick has reduced its models to only five: the Verano, Regal, and LaCrosse sedans; and the Encore and Enclave crossover SUVs. All of Buick’s vehicles share platforms with Chevrolet "cousin" cars, and also incorporate elements from GM’s former Saturn division and its overseas Opel brand. Buick has distanced its brand from the 1980s and 1990s image of being geared toward older drivers, and now markets toward moderately affluent adults and families.