The 2017 Buick Cascada is expanding with a new sport touring trim and buyers will be able to purchase it this fall, when the model arrives at stores.
While the default model of the Cascada is always promoted with a deep sky metallic paint, the new touring trim provides a blue shade. Named the true blue metallic, the option will be provided on all touring models. It is a much brighter shade of blue and should appease those who love to bright colored cars. The trimline also upgrades the vehicle with a black cloth top with 20-inch five spoke wheels.
A sporty look has been maintained throughout the car. The inside is accentuated by a flat bottom sport steering wheel coupled with stylish sport pedals. While these components are not going to change the performance of the car, they sure will add to the style quotient and will make it more appealing to the young buyers out there. The automobile manufacturer has announced the pricing for the model.
The 2017 Buick Cascada Sport Touring edition is priced at $37,885. It is the confirmed price for the base model. The brand has not revealed the cost of the entire lineup which will vary as you go higher up the trimline ladder. The cost is much higher than last year’s offering. The base model was just $33,990 and the new variant costs close to $38k making it an expensive model to go for.
Premium variant of the Cascada touring was priced at $36,990 but this year, it is going to be quite expensive. The automaker justifies the price tag by offering some luxury components, useful features and lots of upgrades. For a buyer who values quality build and add-ons, the new 2017 Buick Cascada sport touring is an easy option to go for.
The car is powered by a 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine which is capable of delivering up to 200 horsepower. It can easily accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 8.9 seconds. The numbers are not groundbreaking but they are more than enough to get the passengers to their destination with maximum comfort.
After nearly a gap of twenty-five years, the Buick was the first convertible from the brand to embrace the U.S. region. The model is being promoted as the Opel in the European region. The 2016 edition witnessed some good sales and the brand is expected to repeat the success one more time with the next gen Cascada.