The Buick Cascada mixes two-door convertible freedom with the luxury, technology and enjoyment of a luxury coupe. For 2017, Buick offers an all-new Sport Touring edition that adds even more style and sophistication.
The new four-seat Cascada convertible was first unveiled at the fifth annual Mille Mitten road rally, in northern Michigan, where the drop-top was the perfect way to take in the forests and lakefronts during the 1,000-mile drive. The triple-insulated soft-top opens in just 17 seconds, and you can lower it while traveling at speeds up to 31 mph; it’s perfect for areas where colder temperature are part of the norm, but you still want the flexibility of owning a convertible. It also helps maintain cabin temperature and keeps out unwanted noise, so the cabin stays comfortable and quiet when the top is raised.
“The Mille Mitten celebrates the unique combination of features Michigan has to offer, from the deep blue of the Great Lakes to stunning star-filled nights deep in the forest,” said Ben Bator, Mille Mitten founder. “The Cascada is the perfect companion for this memorable experience, and the new Sport Touring builds off the same color palette that makes nature so inspiring.”
The Cascada Sport Touring (ST) is available exclusively in True Blue Metallic, with the triple-insulated cloth top in black. Outside, 20-inch five-spoke wheels are exclusive to the ST. Inside, the ST adds sport pedals, a flat bottomed sport steering wheel and Black Magic interior trim. Those features are in addition to the features you’ll find on all other Cascada trims.
The Cascada is an early success, already outselling both the Audi A3 and A5 convertibles, combined. Its combination of price, performance, space and impressive safety scores – including a “5-Star Overall” score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration – make it attractive to a broad variety of drivers.
Stop in to find out more about the 2017 Buick Cascada ST and the rest of the Cascada line, and enjoy the pleasure of a top-down test drive today.
This article is presented by Colonial Buick GMC in Watertown, Massachusetts.