Buick

  • The 2019 Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance continued to grow in stature this year, but it was the symbiotic cluster of elite auctions that threw up the most interesting results. The collector car market is undergoing generational change, attracting a younger clientele driving prices below $500,000.
  • Buick may not be on anyone's shortlist when it comes the most exciting vehicles on the road, but it does get the blood moving when it designs a new concept car. Its latest, the Enspire SUV concept, melds the worlds of utility, battery technology and fast, sleek design.
  • The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse is all-new with improvements to engine power, fuel efficiency, interior roominess, and cargo space. Made for family hauling with style, the Traverse has set a new standard for the midsized three-row crossover segment to match. No, that’s not as lame as it sounds.
  • The Enclave was completely revamped for the 2018 model year, and all for the better. This premium three-row crossover features more interior room, a better drive, and a new exterior look. We spent a week exploring the 2018 Enclave and can see what all the fuss is about.
  • Having announced the high-riding Insignia Country Tourer would be headed stateside wearing a Regal TourX badge, the team at Buick has whipped the covers off the range-topping Regal GS. With a punchy six-cylinder engine and torque vectoring, it certainly looks good on paper.
  • The Buick Velite 5 will be the first extended-range electric vehicle the company has debuted. Designed specifically for the Chinese market, where Buick is flourishing, the Volt-based vehicle was recently unveiled at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show.
  • Electric power was in the spotlight at the Paris Motor Show last year, but it would appear that trend hasn't made it across the Atlantic yet, because much of the new metal in New York was about old-fashioned, gasoline-powered muscle.
  • The new Buick Enclave has seen a total redesign from head to toe and is now bigger, more luxurious, and stronger than its predecessor. The 2018 Enclave showcases the Buick brand's new Evonik Acrylite lighting technology, along with a new engine and transmission.
  • Manufacturers are clamoring to create SUVs in every shape and size at the moment, but that doesn't mean wagons can't thrive. The Buick Regal TourX, developed as an Opel, mixes the perks of high-riding SUVs with city-friendly road manners to create a compelling, stylish package.
  • For the 2017 model year, Buick totally reconfigured the big LaCrosse sedan in an effort to differentiate it from the crowd of standard and semi-luxurious sedans on the market. Buick succeeded, taking what used to be just a restyled Impala and making it something unique to the segment.
  • New Atlas has racked up the miles this year, crossing the globe to cover motor shows, launches and stories in the automotive world. Starting in Detroit, we've seen concept cars putting a new spin on classic luxury and modern sports cars. Here's our pick of the best concept cars launched in 2016.
  • Is it possible for a volume car maker to develop a desirable luxury car? Many have tried over the years, but few have succeeded in convincing brand-sensitive buyers that their latest car is truly a match for the likes of Mercedes. Opel thinks it can buck the trend with its new Insignia Grand Sport.