What is the Difference Between Buick Cascada Trim Levels?

Like all of Buick’s automobile lines, the Cascada comes in different trim levels: Base (1SV), Premium, and Sport Touring. All three trim levels use the same engine, a 1.6-Liter four-cylinder turbocharged motor connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. All trims are front-wheel-drive without an all-wheel-drive option. The engine generates 200 horsepower and 218 pound-feet of torque while getting 21 mpg city and 29 mpg highway.

The principal differences between the trims are in appearance factors and technological features. For instance, the wheels are the same 20-inch in height but with differently designed spokes. The soft-top colors become more involved as you move up in trim levels.

When driving on the highway or around Plymouth, every trim level of the Cascada draws the eye. Come to Auto Park Buick GMC to look the Buick Cascada over and to take a test drive. Try your luck driving with the top down on a convertible.



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