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Few things can brighten your mood as much as a top-down drive on a warm, sunny day with family or friends. But affordable convertibles that comfortably fit four people have been scarce. GM's response? The Buick Cascada, imported from Europe by way of its Opel brand. This ragtop is a well thought out convertible, despite that some aspects of the car are rather dated and driving excitement is limited.
Buick Cascada Road Test

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Even though the Premium's added safety and convenience equipment shouldn't add another $3,000 to the sticker price, we would get this version in order to get its forward-collision warning. The Sport Touring model brings different wheels and minor trim items.
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convertible Premium 4-cyl 6-speed Automatic
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