Buick is like GM’s middle car brand, positioned between its basic Chevy brand and luxurious Cadillac brand. It was one of the first automobile companies in the United States and dates all the way back to 1899 when it was called Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company. In 1903 it became Buick Motor Company and has been in business ever since. Over the years, the company has produced a number of iconic vehicles, including the Buick Roadmaster and Buick Super in the 1940s, the Buick Skylark, GSX, Regal, and Riviera in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Some of these names have carried over to today, and Buck’s lineup includes 11 vehicles, more than 50-percent of which are still sedans. It’s actually one of the few automakers that hasn’t announced some push into the SUV segment that will discontinue its lower-riding vehicles, but it’s not likely that the Buick Cascada or Regal TourX will last much longer on the market.