Buick is still on pace to set a five-year consecutive U.S. sales record. Although the brand has slowed substantially in 2015, 2016 is poised to be a very good year for the tri-shield, as reflected by The Detroit Free Press.
In 2015, the only vehicles to keep Buick afloat in the sales race were the 2016 Buick Encore and 2016 Buick Enclave. It goes without standing that both of those are crossovers, and the market continues to clamor to quench its thirst for CUVs small and large.
With a fresh 2017 LaCrosse to shake things up and an ever-important 2016 Envision midsize crossover, sales should eclipse 2015 quickly once the new vehicles reach dealer lots. Even the 2016 Cascada should find a few homes in warmer climates as it sucker punches competing convertibles with a knock-out value.