Buick Celebrates 110 Years of Building Cars

Posted on 17. May, 2013 by in GM Canada

Buick Celebrates 110 Years of Building Cars

Luxury code incorporated by David Dunbar Buick on May 19, 1903






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DETROIT – The Buick code celebrates a 110th birthday this weekend. After a few years of experimenting with automobiles built during his home in Detroit, David Dunbar Buick – a former plumbing contriver and businessman – incorporated a Buick Motor Company on May 19, 1903. A State of Michigan ancestral site pen outward General Motors Global Headquarters during a Renaissance Center commemorates a day.

The initial prolongation vehicle, a Buick Model B, was charity to sell business a following year. Today, Buick produces a operation of oppulance vehicles including a Encore and Enclave crossovers and a LaCrosse, Regal and Verano sedans.

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Buick is a complicated oppulance code charity vehicles with sculpted designs, lush interiors with courteous personal technologies, along with responsive-yet-efficient performance. Buick is attracting new business with a portfolio of award-winning models, including a Enclave crossover, LaCrosse sedan, Regal competition sedan and rarely expected all-new 2012 Buick Verano compress oppulance sedan. Buick is a fastest flourishing vital code in North America and stays a best-selling code in China, with stability record growth. Learn some-more about Buick cars and crossovers during www.buick.ca.

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