Name of Car Company & Location: The Buick Cascada category of vehicle types is manufactured by the General Motors Company GM-Opel production plant in Gliwice, Poland.
The major brands operated are: The Buick Cascada stands alone as a part of the major Buick brand.
The types of cars/trucks it operates: The Buick Cascada of the Buick Motor Division built by General Motors-Opel does not operate trucks.
Major innovations: Advanced chassis technologies including HiPer strut front suspensions, responsive Watts Z link rear suspensions, superior thermal and acoustic insulation, Buick Intellilink with a 7 inch diagonal colour touch screen (featuring text message alerts, Siri eyes free for Apple phones with an iOS 6 or newer operating system and navigation), OnStar 4G LTE with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, electronic rear seat entry system, lane departure warning, rear park assist, rear view camera and Rainsense windshield wipers.
Most sold vehicles by type: The Buick Cascada stands alone as a part of the major Buick brand.
Most common problems:
- Convertible top will not retract with key fob, steering complaints (pulls to one side), and power seat stopped working.
- Windows open at random, engine cylinder misfiring, excess vibration at lower RPM conditions, low fuel pressure, vacuum leak, EGR problems, ignition problems, and low compression.