Buick





Origin: US USA

Founder David Dunbar Buick

Years of Activity 1899-present

Parent Company General Motors Company

Headquarters Detroit, Michigan, USA

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    2016 Buick Avista
    2015 Buick Avenir
    2011 Buick LaCrosse GL
    2010 Buick Regal GS
    2006 Buick Enclave
    2004 Buick Velite
    2003 Buick Centieme
    2003 Buick Rainier TW Edition
    2001 Buick Bengal
    2001 Buick Rendezvous Mobility
    2001 Buick Rendezvous Tour
    2000 Buick Blackhawk
    2000 Buick LaCrosse
    2000 Buick Park Avenue Ultra VIP
    2000 Buick Regal Cielo
    2000 Buick Regal GNX
    1999 Buick Cielo
    1998 Buick Signia
    1995 Buick XP2000
    1992 Buick Sceptre
    1990 Buick Bolero
    1990 Buick Lucerne Convertible
    1990 Buick Reatta Turbo RWD
    1989 Buick Park Avenue Essence
    1988 Buick Lucerne
    1985 Buick Wildcat
    1983 Buick Questor
    1972 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow III
    1969 Buick Century Cruiser
    1963 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow
    1958 Buick Skylark III
    1957 Buick Lido
    1956 Buick Centurion
    1956 Buick Century 'X'
    1955 Buick Wildcat III
    1954 Buick Landau
    1954 Buick Wildcat II
    1953 Buick Skylark Hardtop
    1953 Buick Wildcat
    1951 Buick XP-300
    1938 Buick Y-Job

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    NL Desscythe17

    2019-12-05 09:08
    carcrasher88 wrote

    Also, the LaCrosse still needs to be removed from current road cars, as that went out of production in North America back in February 15th of this year.

    Itís my general policy to take cars out of the current car section when they are removed from the brandís official website, not when their production halts.
    US carcrasher88

    2019-12-05 03:58
    It's been officially confirmed today that the North American market Regal will be discontinued after the 2020 model year, leaving Buick with a lineup of four crossover utility vehicles. The Regal will continue in China, though. That includes the GS and surprisingly decent selling TourX models.

    Also, the LaCrosse still needs to be removed from current road cars, as that went out of production in North America back in February 15th of this year.


    NL Desscythe17

    2015-02-17 12:35
    So far, Buick, Chevrolet, Daihatsu, Dodge and Ford have been seperated (not entirely, I've left the cars that have to be duplicated behind).

    -- Last edit: 2015-02-17 12:35:47


    NL Desscythe17

    2015-02-16 22:47
    Rinspeed wrote
    And what about Audi for example? They built some exclusive A6L for example in China but built also some normal cars in China like Q3. I think they also import some others Audi. How can do disctinction? Audi and Audi China? or not? and i Audi China Another Q3 for Audi China? (FAW Audi if i remember)

    I don't think Audi needs to be seperated, except for the L-models, there are no exclusive models. In the past there was the 4000 and such for the USA, but they were built in Germany I believe, so they don't have to be split up.


    FR Rinspeed

    2015-02-16 22:43
    And what about Audi for example? They built some exclusive A6L for example in China but built also some normal cars in China like Q3. I think they also import some others Audi. How can do disctinction? Audi and Audi China? or not? and i Audi China Another Q3 for Audi China? (FAW Audi if i remember)


    FR Rinspeed

    2015-02-16 22:27
    The system is already possible by creating the new makes and move some cars under the good make with change number make on a car page.


    FR Rinspeed

    2015-02-16 22:24
    Desscythe17 wrote

    Well either Kia in general then, or Kia USA, Kia Europe, Kia Korea. The Picanto 5-door will have to be duplicated then.
    I was thinking about the Korean flag yes, since Kia USA is still of Korean origin, the car was designed there.

    The Kia Picanto is called Morning in Korea and only in 5 doors and no same engines i think.


    NL Desscythe17

    2015-02-16 22:19
    Rinspeed wrote

    There are some Kia/Hyundai only for Europe also (Kia ceed if i remember for example) so how can we dot that?... One European member can't see the Ceed in Kia Europe, The Picanto in Kia Korea? Kia Europe + USA + Korea?
    And other thing when you said Kia USA on the make page, always with Korea flag?

    Well either Kia in general then, or Kia USA, Kia Europe, Kia Korea. The Picanto 5-door will have to be duplicated then.
    I was thinking about the Korean flag yes, since Kia USA is still of Korean origin, the car was designed there.


    FR Rinspeed

    2015-02-16 22:12
    Desscythe17 wrote

    Well the manufacturer system should stay the same. On the makes page they should appear with (country) behind them, on the car pages themselves without (country) behind them.
    Kia I think could be split in Kia and in Kia (USA). But the 3-door Picanto is very similar to the 5-door, so it can be under Kia from Korea.

    There are some Kia/Hyundai only for Europe also (Kia ceed if i remember for example) so how can we dot that?... One European member can't see the Ceed in Kia Europe, The Picanto in Kia Korea? Kia Europe + USA + Korea?
    And other thing when you said Kia USA on the make page, always with Korea flag?

    -- Last edit: 2015-02-16 22:13:42


    NL Desscythe17

    2015-02-16 21:43
    Rinspeed wrote
    Ok it could be ok for each country/region base manufacturer but i think there is some problems like for Korean cars. Kia Picanto for example, they were only from Korea but there are some difference (i think there is only 5 doors in Korea and 3/5 doors in Europe)and there are others only sold in Europe or USA but built in Korea i think. So how classify them with the system of manfacturer??

    Well the manufacturer system should stay the same. On the makes page they should appear with (country) behind them, on the car pages themselves without (country) behind them.
    Kia I think could be split in Kia and in Kia (USA). But the 3-door Picanto is very similar to the 5-door, so it can be under Kia from Korea.

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