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2016 Buick Cascada Road Test | Edmunds.com

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edited February 2016 in Buick


After 25 years without a convertible in its lineup, Buick gets back into the drop-top class with the midsize 2016 Cascada. It's not nearly as luxurious as Buick claims, but it offers considerable value for the price.

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Comments

  • The Cascada needs the more powerful turbocharged 2.0 liter engine (259 hp) from the Regal GS. This more powerful engine should be the standard engine. The HiPer Strut front suspension, which is already standard in this car, insures that there will be no torque steer with the more powerful engine.
  • The proportions look awful-- fat and short. Especially with the wedge shape (too high in the rear) and the overly raked windshield it looks like an ugly slip-on shoe someone dug out of the back of their closet.
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