We’ve been waiting a long time for this. The new 2016 Buick Cascada pricing has finally been announced! It will go on sale early next year at Watters Autoland starting at $33,990.
The Cascada is directly borrowed from the European Opel-branded car, considered to be one of the most elegant droptops on the other side of the big pond.
It’ll be the first convertible that Buick has offered in the United States in 25 years. Buick compares it to the Audi A3, which costs nearly $4,000 more and has 30 fewer horsepower.
Unlike the A3, the Cascada will come standard with navigation and heated front seats, eight-way power seats, 20-inch wheels, and a heated steering wheel. The Premium trim—still cheaper than the A3—will add forward collision alert and lane departure warning, auto headlights, rain-sensing wipers, two air deflectors, and park assist technology.
All we need to find out now is whether the Buick Cascada’s suspension lends itself to a good driving feel—because if it does, it could very well become one of the most popular entry-level luxury convertibles around!