Here Is The 2016 Buick Cascada Order Guide9
We’ve already brought you preliminary specifications and (what we believe to be) the primary rival to the 2016 Buick Cascada convertible. But what we haven’t seen until now is the order guide for the upcoming Buick drop-top. And, as luck would have it, GM published the 2016 Buick Cascada order guide on August 21st, which shows the drop-top’s various standard and optional features.
First things first: the 2016 Buick Cascada, which rides on GM’s Delta 2 platform and essentially a rebadged Opel Cascada, will have a significant amount of standard features, will be available in one model (Convertible FWD, model code 4WT67) and offer two trim levels — 1SV and Premium 1SP. All models will have the following features standard:
- Perforated, leather-appointed seating
- Four-wheel antilock disc brakes
- 20-inch 50.8 cm) aluminum wheels
- LED taillights
- HID articulating headlights with LED daytime running lights
- 7-inch touchscreen IntelliLink system with Bluetooth for phone and music
The optional features (and their respective RPO codes) for the 2016 Cascada include:
- Wipers, front intermittent, Rainsense (CE1)
- Air deflectors for the front (CDW) and rear seats (CDY)
- Driver Confidence Package (WPA), which includes:
- Forward Collision Alert (UEU)
- Lane Departure Warning (UFL)
- Front and Rear Parking Assist (UD5)
- Rainsense wipers (CE1)
- Automatic on/off headlamp control with tunnel detection (TTW); automatic on/off headlamps without tunnel detection are standard
In addition, the Buick Cascada will be offered in the following six exterior colors for the 2016 model year:
- Carbon Black Metallic
- Summit White
- Toasted Coconut
- Flip Chip Silver Metallic
- Graystone Metallic
- Deep Sky Metallic
Check out the full order guide for the 2016 Buick Cascada here (PDF format).
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I like the design and the horizontal waterfall (Opel) grill.
I’m getting sick of the haters who continually point to the drop top’s Delta 2 platform, which is far from ancient and more than adequate.
I’ll second that sentiment entirely.
Sadly, not available in Canada.
Can a Canadian buy the car and then register in Canada?
This car offers bang for the buck. Lincoln would offer something like this for 20,000 more. Same way they will overprice Continental and offer it more expensively than Aveair (if it’s built).
Theoretically, yes. But it will be difficult as the car isn’t fuel regged for Canada, which presents a host of problems on its own.
Steal one from America. Much cheaper.
I’m “gassing” for the Cascada and would trade my ’11 Camaro Convertible in for it, but, along with that highly probable anemic engine, I’m SO fuggin’ tired of GM’s extremely LIMITED and unimaginative color palette (not only for this Buick but for their other brands and models, as well) that it will likely dissuade me from buying the Cascada. Even the new 6th Gen. Camaro will offer 10 colors to choose from. GOD DAMN, GM! Get with the fuggin’ program!
gpart, I know what you’re saying.
Buick is supposedly trying to get some more “youthful” customers and then the Cascada comes in that weak selection of colors.
it is an apparent blunder by GM that you just pointed out!
Joe: You articulated it perfectly.
When I see the (and I haven’t looked up the official color names for Opel / Vauxhall) lemon grass green, burgundy and light blue offered for Opel / Vauxhall, it just makes me shake my head in disbelief. It’s as though someone at GM / Buick actually believes these are terrific “premium” colors or they’re pawning off what they want the us average American “idiots” to have. Either way, the American buyer get shorted.