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Used Buick Cascada

 

Engineered in Germany, the Buick Cascada is a luxurious, stylish and sporty convertible, designed for highway driving, road trips, camping expeditions, and other outdoor activities. It's renowned for its comfortable ride, composed handling, and a serene, quiet cabin. While this convertible might not produce a class-leading performance, it's equipped with several impressive features, which you might not find elsewhere at that cost. It's also quite a unique car and you will not come across large numbers of the Cascada on the roads.

Trim Levels and Features

The Buick Cascada comes in 3 trim variants: the Base trim, Premium trim, and the Sport Touring trim. The base model comes standard a power-operated convertible top, 20-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, adaptive Xenon headlights, remote engine start, rear parking sensors, and heated mirrors. Inside this car, you will find leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, 8-way power-adjustable front seats, heated front seats, split-folding rear seats, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel. It also comes standard with a seven-inch touchscreen, a rearview camera, voice controls, as well as a 7-speaker sound system, featuring satellite radio, a USB media interface, and a CD player.

The Premium trim adds automatic wipers, fog lights, and automatic headlights. And if you opt for the Sport Touring trim, you will get special black interior trim, distinctive alloy wheels, special paint, as well as a flat-bottom steering wheel. The upper trims of the Buick Cascada don't add many features, apart from driver assistance technologies. Therefore, the base trim offers the best value for money. If you would like to add those features, then you will have to part with approximately $3,000 or even more, which is not worth the upgrades.

Performance and Handling

With smooth ride quality and nimble handling, the Buick Cascada is a nice comfortable to drive in and out of the city. It's equipped with a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder, turbocharged engine, which is then mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. While its acceleration might not be blistering, it's adequate for your summer cruising adventures. It's responsive and firm braking pedal delivers a decent amount of feedback, and this remains one of the strongest features of this car. Even during panic or rushed stops, this car will remain stable. Its steering is precise, with a fair amount of feedback. Its suspension does a great job of absorbing road imperfections, thus resulting in a relaxed and quiet ride.

Interior and Comfort

The Buick Cascada has a seating capacity of four. Its cabin is surprisingly quiet, which is not always the case when it comes to convertibles. Heated front seats, leather upholstery and power-adjustable front seats come standard. There are no available interior features that you can upgrade to. All steering wheels controls are easily accessible. Getting in and out of the used Buick Cascada is easy, thanks to the high front seats. Its convertible top is adequately insulated against both temperature and sound. Also, you can operate even when you are driving at high speeds. This car also comes with two complete sets of child-car seat connectors. This convertible comes with 13.4 cubic feet of cargo space, which is above average in its class. On the other hand, its split-folding rear seats will allow you to transport longer or larger items.

Safety

The Buick Cascada earned maximum scores, according to crash tests conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Rear parking sensors and a rearview camera come standard across all the trims. Lane departure warning, forward collision alert, and front parking sensors are available.  

New Vs. Used Buick Cascada

When you compare prices between the 2019 Buick Cascada and the 2018 model, you will notice that there is a significant difference. However, the features remain almost the same. Therefore, purchasing a used Buick Cascada will save you money, which can go towards the vehicle's maintenance needs. Navigation was introduced during the 2018 model year while the Sport's Touring trim was added to the 2017 lineup. Apart from these two changes, the Buick Cascada remains the same vehicle since it was launched in 2016.

Verdict

The Buick Cascada is a great car for summer adventures. As much as this car might not win drag races on the track, it accelerates fast enough, whether you are driving it in the city or on the highway. It's reasonably priced, has a luxurious interior and it's well equipped with several features and technologies while a spacious interior makes it a decent choice for shoppers with families. If you are looking for a stylish convertible that will not drain your wallet, then you should check out the Buick Cascada.

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