Buick has announced the starting price of its new four-seater convertible called the Cascada. The car is the first drop-top Buick the brand has offered to consumers in 25 years and it looks very good. In addition to the good looks, the car also has a reasonable starting price that is sure to woo open-air driving lovers to Buick.
The Cascada will start at $33,990 for the base model and that includes destination charges. The car is aiming directly at the Audi A3 convertible and shaves thousands of dollars off the price of that Audi. Buick crams a 200hp engine, nav, and heated front seats as standard equipment. That’s a nice standard equipment list for the price.
Those wanting more can drop $36,990 for the Premium version adding forward collision alert, lane departure warning, auto headlights, park assist and air deflectors. The only other major four-seater convertibles that are from American brands left right now are the Mustang convertible and the Camaro convertible and neither of those cars appeal much to buyers looking for luxury or cross shopping with Audi. The deal sealer will be how well the Cascada handles an drives.