2017 Chicago Auto Show Photo Gallery: See the Cars and SUVs Buick Had on Display
Last year, Buick sold a total of 229,631 vehicles in the United States thanks to strong demand for models like the Encore compact crossover, Enclave SUV, and the redesigned LaCrosse sedan. Those sales may have also been helped Consumer Reports’ 2016 Annual Auto Reliability Survey in which Buick placed third overall behind Lexus and Toyota. That marked the first time that an American automaker cracked the top 3 in the yearly survey.
Buick aims to build off that momentum, so it can have an ever stronger sales year in 2017. Having already paid to run an expensive commercial during Super Bowl 51, the next logical step was to bring its full lineup of vehicles to the Windy City for the 2017 Chicago Auto Show.
The only member of its lineup that Buick didn’t show off in Chicago is the Verano compact sedan, but that car is scheduled to be discontinued following the 2017 model year. Below you can see every other member of its lineup. Sadly though, Buick didn’t bring any new concept cars to the show this year.
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