10. 2016 Buick Cascada
The Cascada Convertible is a brand new addition to Buick’s 2016 lineup, though it is basically the Verano underneath, there are no exterior similarities. With a sleek, elongated silhouette the Cascada produces an elegant profile that is guaranteed to catch people’s attention!
With chrome accents, 20″ aluminium wheels with diamond graphic finish, a stainless steel exhaust tip and a soft-top that drops in only 17 seconds – up to speeds of 31 MPH. The Cascada boasts LED wraparound lighting as well as high-level brake lights. There are windscreens placed between the driver and passenger seats allowing you to divert unwanted noise as well as wind while you have the top down.
The Cascada is available is in silver, greystone, deep blue, toasted coconut, black, and white.
With heated, leather 8-way power adjustable seats, and a heated steering wheel, you can enjoy your top down even in the cooler evenings. The 50/50 split back seats can fold flat to allow for more cargo space, or can be easily reached by passengers with an easy entry system – the front seats automatically tolt and slide forward. There is automatic climate control and air conditioning
Like most new cars on the market, the technology has been significantly improved in all Buick models. As standard, the 1SV model comes with a 7″ touch screen display and integrated navigation, Bluetooth wireless technology, OnStar 4G LTE Wi-Fi, remote vehicle starter, and 12 volt power outlets, front and rear. There is cruise control, rear parking assistance, and automatic headlamps also as standard.
Engine/ Fuel Efficiency
The standard features on the Buick Cascada convertible include 1.6 liter I-4 200 horsepower engine with inter-cooled turbo, a 6-speed automatic transmission having an overdrive, and 4 wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS). The EPA fuel economy is 27 MPG for the highway.
There are side seat mounted airbags, passenger and driver side airbag extension for head, knee airbags for driver and passenger, an airbag occupancy sensor, tire pressure display, rear view camera and rear parking assistance.
There is further driver assistance features as standard such as forward collision alert and lane departure warning available in the Cascada Premium which starts from $3,000 more.
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Posted on September 3, 2016