A new report is indicating that the Buick Cascada will be eventually hitting the market in the United States, at the Buick-GMC dealerships.
The North American based automotive giant, General Motors, is planning to introduce the Cascada in its home country with the Buick logos on its body. The model in question should be showcased at the Buick-GMC dealerships as a future product and the Cascada name has been already trademarked by Adam Opel AG, back in January, in the United States. The vehicle is expected to get a modified front fascia and rear end and several small tweaks made to the cabin.
The upcoming Buick Cascada should be coming with the same powertrains as the model already available on the Old Continent, which will include the 1.4 liter Turbo, the 1.6 liter Turbo or the 2.0 liter turbo diesel. The Buick Cascada is believed to be introduced across the United States for the 2016 model year, which basically means that the model in question will be arriving in its new market sometimes in 2015. More details on the vehicle are limited for the moment and will be announced once it will be arriving in the Buick-GMC dealerships.
Source: GM Inside News