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New 2013 Buick Encore Price Starts at $24,950

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2013 Buick Encore

GM has revealed pricing details for the Chevrolet Sonic-based Buick Encore subcompact crossover. With a starting price of $24,950 (including destination), the Encore will be the Buick brand’s most affordable vehicle. Sales begin in early 2013.

The base Encore will be available with a host of standard features, including a seven-inch LCD screen with Buick’s IntelliLink infotainment system, Bose Active Noise Cancellation, 18-inch wheels and a rear-view camera.

Including the base trim highlighted above, the 2013 Encore will be offered in four trim levels. Those with the Convenience Group start at $25,760 and — on top of the base features — get dual-zone climate control, a 120-volt outlet, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and remote start. Those with the Leather Group begin at $27,460 and offer all of the base and convenience features, leather-trimmed upholstery, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a power passenger seat and driver’s seat memory functions.

Finally, Encore models with the Premium Group start at $28,940 and provide buyers with all the content from the Leather and Convenience Packages, front and rear park assist, Forward Collision Alert with Lane Departure Warning, a seven-speaker Bose premium audio system with a subwoofer, rain-sensing windshield wipers, a cargo net and area cargo mat.

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Buick Cascada Convertible Is Dead After 2019, And It Likely Won’t Return

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2019 Buick Cascada Convertible, red

It was virtually invisible, so no one is going to miss it.

Buick has confirmed that the Cascada convertible will be discontinued after the 2019 model year, so act fast if you still want one.

Rumors of the Cascada’s demise began popping up in late 2018 when Opel — which was formerly owned by General Motors — announced plans to stop building its version of the car in Poland. The model had reached the end of its product life cycle, so many questioned its fate.

“The Cascada has played its role in the portfolio perfectly, outselling many other premium convertibles while bringing in [six of every 10] buyers from outside GM,” a Buick spokesperson told . Buick sold about 17,000 examples of the Cascada since adding the model to its portfolio for the 2016 model year, a measly figure that isn’t surprising considering the little advertising its received.

Production ends in the summer of 2019, and with Opel now owned by Peugeot and the convertible segment experiencing a perceptible decline all over the world, the odds of the Cascada being replaced in North America are slim to none.

The Cascada won’t be the only Buick to get the ax in 2019 — the LaCrosse full-size sedan will join it.

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12 Second-Tier Classic Muscle Cars To Consider For Your Collection, Part 1

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AMC Rebel Machine rear

They lurked and even prospered in the shadows of the Mustangs and Corvettes of the world.

During the automotive halcyon days of the late 1960s, there were all sorts of muscle cars being optioned with powerful big-block engines and performance accessories. Not all cars coming out of Detroit were quite so outrageous, though.

There were many smaller-engined cars — typically with small-block V-8s — that were sold by the thousands. Today, they make for great collector cars and you can get one for a fraction of what the big boys go for.

1967 Torino GT Muscle Car

Ford Torino GT

Produced between 1968 and 1976, the Ford Torino was most popular as a 4-door and 2-door hardtop. The high-performance version was made with the enthusiast crowd in mind and could be ordered with engines such as the 428 CID and 429 cu “Cobra-Jet.” The GT was also available as a 2-door “SportsRoof” and convertible.

1971 Dodge Demon Classic Car

Dodge Demon

The Demon was introduced in two versions. The first was an econo-car with a 198 CID slant-six and the second was a performance version packing a 340 cubic inch V8. In addition to having more power, the V8 Demon featured special paints and cartoon devil and trident decals.

According to , the one everyone wanted was the 340. It was equipped with a synchronized floor-shifted 3-speed manual transmission, all-wheel drum brakes, a Sure-Grip differential and dual exhaust. This particular Demon is still highly sought-after model today.

1966 Ford Mercury Comet Cyclone GT

Mercury Cyclone

In 1964, Ford released a performance version of the Comet called the Mercury Comet Cyclone. That name was used until 1967, when the “Comet” part of the name was dropped and wildly-popular options such as GT, Spoiler and Cobra Jet were added. In 1971, the Cyclone lost its unique identity when it was integrated into the Montego line

Red Buick Wildcat 425ci, front angle view

Buick Wildcat

The full-size Buick Wildcat was produced from 1962 to 1970 and took its name from a fiberglass-bodied 1953 concept car. It had a high-performance 325 hp version of the 401 cu in Nailhead V-8 motor — the “Wildcat 445”, as it was known — and produced 445 lb-ft of torque.

1970 Chrysler 300 Hurst Edition

Chrysler 300 Hurst

In 1970, Chrysler built the “300 Hurst” with input from the uber-popular aftermarket parts manufacturer Hurst Performance. Only 501 units are believed to have been built. Today, genuine 300 Hurst models are worth in the low six-figures.

AMC Rebel Machine

AMC Rebel Machine

In 1957, American Motors Corporation (AMC) introduced a beefy version of the Rambler called the “Rebel.” Powered by a big V-8, the was the first factory-produced lightweight muscle car. The Rebel name was eventually used on all performance versions of AMC car, and in 1967, the company’s entire intermediate line took the Rebel name.

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GM Trademark Hints At New Buick Enspire SUV

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Buick Enspire electric concept SUV, off-roading

There might be something fresh and possibly delicious cooking at Buick.

General Motors has , the second time it has done so. Although automakers don’t always use their trademarks, there’s a good chance the company actually has something planned for it.

Previewed by the stylish Buick Enspire Concept can (pictured) that bowed at the 2018 Beijing Motor Show, the production Enspire could take the form of a small crossover roughly the size of the Buick Envision and likely sharing a platform with the Cadillac XT4.

Buick Enspire All Electric SUV Concept, rear

Expect it to be more stylish and premium than the Envision, likely featuring a more radical design inspired by the concept, better material quality and more tech.

The new Buick Enspire could be unveiled sometime between 2019 and 2020. What are you hoping to see?

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