Happy Independence Day from Buick
Red, white and blue Verano sedans pictured outside Orion, Mich. assembly plant
DETROIT--July 1, 2013: This week, Americans will celebrate the 237th anniversary of independence. Buick has built and sold vehicles in America for almost half of the time – 110 years – since the historic day of July 4, 1776.
Enclave luxury crossovers are produced at Lansing Delta Assembly in Lansing, Mich. and are ranked among the Cars.com Top 10 American-Made Cars. The red, white and blue Verano compact luxury sedans are built at the Orion Assembly plant in Orion Twp., Mich. and LaCrosse luxury sedans come off the line at Fairfax Assembly in Kansas City, Kan. Together, the three models account for nearly 80 percent of the Buicks sold in the U.S. this year.