List of Buick vehicles

This is a list of vehicles manufactured by the Buick Motor Division of General Motors.

CurrentEdit

Exterior Name Year Introduced Production of the current model Facelift (update) Generation Vehicle Information
Cars
  Excelle 2003 2018 2nd generation Compact car marketed by Shanghai General Motors. Variants include Excelle GT and Excelle GX.
  LaCrosse 2004 2016 2019 3rd generation Midsize sedan based on GM P2XX platform. Discontinued in North America in 2019.
  Regal 1973 2017 6th generation Midsize sedan and station wagon based on GM E2XX platform. Discontinued in North America in 2020.[1]
  Verano 2012 2016 2018 2nd generation Compact sedan based on GM D2XX platform. 2nd-generation Verano introduced exclusively in the Chinese market in 2015.
SUVs/MPVs
  Encore 2012 2019 2017 2nd generation Subcompact crossover based on GM Gamma II platform
  Encore GX 2019 2019 1st generation Compact crossover based on GM VSS-F platform
  Envision 2014 2014 2018 1st generation Compact crossover based on GM D2XX platform
  Enclave 2007 2017 2nd generation Midsize crossover based on GM C1XX platform
  GL6 2017 2017 1st generation Compact minivan manufactured upon joint venture between SAIC Motor. Sold exclusively in China.
  GL8 1999 2017 3rd generation Minivan manufactured upon joint venture between SAIC Motor. Sold exclusively in China.

FormerEdit

Exterior Name Year Introduced Year Discontinued Platforms Generation Vehicle Information
  Master Six 1925 1928 GM B platform 1
  Century 1936 2005 GM B platform
GM A platform
GM W platform
6 Full-size car (1936–1958), mid-size car (1973–2005)
  Limited 1936 1958 GM C platform 2 Full-size car
  Roadmaster 1936 1996 GM C platform
GM B platform
8 Full-size car, Buick's flagship car during 1946–1957
  Special 1936 1969 GM B platform
GM Y platform
GM A platform
4 Full-size car (1936–1958), compact car (1961–1963), mid-size car (1964–1969)
  Super 1939 1958 GM C platform 5 Full-size car
  Skylark 1953 1998 GM A platform
GM X platform
GM N platform
6 Changed dynamically from two-door car to four-door car
  Electra 1959 1990 GM C platform (RWD)
GM C platform (FWD)
6 Full-size car
  Invicta 1959 1963 GM B platform 2 Full-size car succeeding Century
  LeSabre 1959 2005 GM B platform
GM H platform
GM G platform
8 Full-size car succeeding Special
  Riviera 1962 1999 GM E platform
GM B platform
GM G platform
8 Personal coupe
  Wildcat 1963 1970 GM B platform 2 Full-size car succeeding Invicta
  Estate 1970 1990 GM B platform 3 Full-size station wagon
  Centurion 1970 1973 GM B platform 1 Full-size car succeeding Wildcat
  Apollo 1973 1975 GM X platform (RWD) 1 Compact car
  Skyhawk 1974 1989 GM H platform
GM J platform
2 Subcompact car
  Opel 1975 1979 GM T platform 1 Subcompact car
  Somerset 1984 1987 GM N platform 1 Compact car. Renamed Skylark in 1987.
  Reatta 1987 1991 GM E platform 1 Grand tourer coupe and convertible
  Park Avenue 1990 2005 GM C platform
GM G platform
2 Full-size sedan succeeding Electra. Discontinued in North America in 2005. GM Zeta platform version sold in China 2007-2012.
  Sail 2000 2004 GM4200 platform 1 Subcompact car, sold exclusively in China
  Rendezvous 2001 2007 GM U Platform 1 Midsize crossover
  Rainier 2003 2007 GMT360 platform 1 Midsize SUV
  Terraza 2004 2007 GM U platform 1 Minivan
  Royaum 2005 2006 GM V platform 1 Full-size sedan, sold exclusively in China
  Lucerne 2005 2011 GM G platform 1 Full-size sedan
  Cascada 2012 2019 GM Delta II platform 1 Convertible
  Velite 5 2017 2019 GM D2UX platform 1 Compact plug-in hybrid, sold exclusively in China

Concept CarsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Capparella, Joey (4 December 2019). "Buick Regal Is Dead, Leaving Buick with an All-SUV Lineup". Car and Driver. Retrieved 4 December 2019.