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The first vehicle announced under General Motors' ambitious effort to introduce at least 20 electric or fuel cell vehicles by 2023 will be the Buick Velite 6 for China.
The problems they cited include untimely dealer support, "clunky" functionality and simply not having another GM-approved choice for websites.
Buick-GMC dealers' profitability is not only the top priority for the brand's new national dealer council chairman. It's the top three.
Buick and Lexus will put the game in customer's hands during March Madness, betting on NCAA partnerships for consumer engagement and marketplace penetration.
The Buick-GMC National Dealer Council is open to changing annual company initiatives such as brand and store standards to multiyear programs.
Starting with the 2019 model year, Buick vehicles in North America will no longer bear the name.
Sales of redesigned crossovers such as the Chevrolet Traverse and Equinox couldn't outweigh double-digit declines of cars and pickups for GM in February.
The $2,000 base price cut aims to increase sales and give owners of the brand's entry-level Encore an easier climb.
Buick is freshening the 2019 Buick Envision to better align the crossover with the brand's other models -- most notably its best-selling Encore.
Buick has reclaimed the title as the most dependable mass-market brand after three years of vehicle ownership while luxury marque Lexus again topped the industry, according to J.D. Power.
GM reported sales last month of 198,548 cars and trucks, a 1.3 percent increase compared with January 2017.
Buick believes the vehicle could account for as much as 50 percent of Regal sales in the U.S.
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