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2016-'17 Buick Envision Pitched at Young Families in New Ad Campaign | Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited June 2016 in Buick
2016-'17 Buick Envision Pitched at Young Families in New Ad Campaign |

The 2016-'17 Buick Envision midsize crossover is aimed squarely at young families in a new advertising campaign.

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  • 500rwhp500rwhp Member Posts: 99
    Built in China is going to automatically disqualify it from my list.
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    edited June 2016
    Makes me curious how you are logging in here and posting. Me, I'm on my Chinese Lenovo. :)
  • zeenzeen Member Posts: 401
    By marketing to young families, as someone who is older and is looking for a near luxury SUV, I am turned off.
    Would BMW do that with their X3?
  • fintailfintail Member Posts: 56,536
    I've seen the VIN sticker for one of these, no mention of China, just a VIN starting with "L", and a mention of SAIC - no doubt 99% of people have no clue about. It'll never be mentioned.
  • metalmaniametalmania Member Posts: 167
    edited June 2016
    It's just a further step in the un-Americanizing of "American" brands. I know almost everything we buy is made in China, and I'm saddened by it. Look around your house and look at the labels on everything - it's a real challenge to find anything that's NOT made in China. I just hope for Buick's sake this is a well designed, engineered, and built car regardless of where it ships from. "Buying American" is becoming (or actually has been for a while now) an unclear statement. Is an American brand built abroad still American? What about a foreign brand built in the USA? Is it more about parts content? What exactly defines an American car anymore?
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