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General Motors' Buick division was created in 1903 and started producing cars such as the Model B and Model D soon thereafter. These vehicles were powered by four-cylinder engines, but Buick starting using six- and eight-cylinder powerplants in its cars between 1925 and 1931. With Buick's long history has come the opportunity to implant certain model names into the brain of American car culture. One such example, the Buick Century, first made the rounds in 1936, while the Buick Roadmaster showcased the brand's signature port holes during its maiden voyage in 1949. The Buick Super, to which the recent Buick Lucerne Super and Buick LaCrosse Super can be traced, arrived in 1941.

Those are only a few of the many nameplates that have represented Buick Grilles for more than 100 years. The list goes on with the Riviera in 1950, the Skylark in '53 (officially called the Roadmaster Skylark Convertible), and the famous Buick LeSabre, which made its inaugural debut in 1959. The lesser known Buick Invicta was unveiled in 1961. Nine years later the brand flexed its muscle with the Buick GS (Gran Sport), a Chevrolet Chevelle-based coupe available with a GSX performance package. It was also during the 1970s when another memorable model, the Buick Regal, was made available for the first time. This was the car that served as the backbone for the heralded Buick Grand National, and the mother of all go-fast Buicks, the GNX.

After the GNX came the last new vehicle to debut during the 1980s, a two-passenger convertible wearing the Buick Reatta badge. The 1990's ushered in the Park Avenue sedan, and after the passing of another decade, the company grew with the addition of the Buick Rendezvous SUV. The marque's second utility vehicle, a Chevrolet Trailblazer clone known as the Buick Rainier, rolled into dealers' showrooms in the mid 2000s, only to be followed by the rather forgettable Buick Terraza minivan. More recent models began their lives between 2005-2008. The Buick LaCrosse sedan was the first to break cover in '05, with the slightly larger Buick Lucerne close on its heels and the impressive Buick Enclave crossover bringing up the rear.

Looking forward, Buick is included in General Motors' financial recovery plan, and as a result, one can expect more products like the freshly-styled Buick LaCrosse to fill the brand's product pipeline in the years ahead.

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