This is a great article. It shows that GM and Buick have HISTORY, and that's the reason to purchase GM products. All these newcomers, like Hyundai and Kia, for example, have NO American history behind them, and yet, they get so much praise, just makes NO sense to me. Buicks have always been great vehicles, as for the rest of the GM chain. Who can say they wish they has a 57 Hyundai? But a 57 Chevy....whoa MAN! That's a sweet ride. It's nice to see a positive thread on here for a change. GMI needs to get back to supporting what GM does, and the history they have, instead of all the negative comments, and nitpicking about their new vehicles coming out. Bottom line is, GM has been around for a very long time, and we enthusiests for the brand need to stick together on this forum, and the others that just bash GM for what it does, and complains about this or that, need to wake up and see.....GM is a company that's not going away, it's founded on a deep history, and the divisions, like Buick, have nestalgia. But there are those that just say "cut this division, cut that division of GM", without realizing that it basically would change the company so that it wouldn't even be recognized. It was a HUGE mistake cutting Oldsmobile, kind of like a family member died. But, that's old news...looking on the future of GM, they need to keep their divisions, making each one great. The Buick lineup now is small with only 3 vehicles, but I think they all are worthy of the Buick nameplate, and with the new entries to come, Buick will emerge to be greater than it ever was.
Thanks for posting this article, it's refreshing to read something that's not doom and gloom news.