Buick is reentering the U.S. convertible segment in a big way. After a quarter-century absence, the automaker has announced the all-new 2016 Cascada 2+2 convertible. Powered by a 200 hp, 1.6-liter turbocharged engine, the car generates a not-too-shabby 206 lb.-ft. torque with an overboost that can produce up to 221 lb.-ft.
Its standout features, however, are the advance powertrain and chassis. The Cascada’s HiPer Strut front suspension combined with the Watts Z-link suspension in the rear make for one very smooth ride, and the 106.1-inch wheelbase provides for ample rear-seat legroom.
Full details on the 2016 Buick Cascada convertible can be found here.
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