Buick is one of four General Motors divisions -- and with a history dating back to 1903, it's also one of the oldest automotive brands in the U.S. The company has typically been known for building large luxury cars with a very soft ride, which explains its historic popularity among the middle-aged. But that type of Buick, and the buyer the GM division is going for, has been gradually changing since the mid-2000s. The automaker still places comfort above all-out performance, but several current models -- like the Regal and Verano sedans and the Enclave crossover -- offer a great combination of up-to-date technology and style, coupled with decent handling and a more European look than previous Buicks. If you want a razor-sharp performance sedan, you might want to consider a BMW or Infiniti instead. But there's nothing wrong with feeling comfortable in a plush environment. If you're looking for a car that's luxurious, reasonably priced and still fun to drive, you should add Buick to your shopping list.
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