2019 BUICK CASCADA CONVERTIBLE TRIM COMPARISON
The convertible has long been a way to enjoy a beautiful day while driving. With the top down on a convertible, you can really feel the refreshing sunshine and breeze. The luxury automobile, on the other hand, has long been another way to experience a rewarding drive, with comfortable amenities surrounding you. How about a luxury convertible? Well, those are two great tastes that taste great together. Such is the case with the Buick Cascada, a luxury convertible with a flowing name that is fitting for the kind of experience you can have while driving. For the 2019 model year, three different versions of this car will be offered. Continue reading for a 2019 Buick Cascada convertible trim comparison.
Key differences between the three 2019 Cascada trims
The three trims of the 2019 Buick Cascada are the 1SV, Premium, and Sport Touring. Standard across all models is the Buick Infotainment System with Navigation and a seven-inch color touch-screen. You will find front leather-appointed sport bucket seats in all three trims, and each trim is also equipped with a 1.6-liter Turbo four-cylinder engine capable of dishing out 200 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque paired with a six-speed automatic transmission for an exhilarating ride each time.
Although it is the base trim, the 1SV still offers a variety of exciting features. Bluetooth® functionality allows you to sync your smartphone with the car’s infotainment system for easy hands-free phone calls. The built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot provides a steady connection to the internet for as many as seven devices in the car. Rear Park Assist helps you out when you are backing into a parking spot by providing distance-to-object alerts for peace of mind. The automatic on/off headlamps of the 1SV are another peace of mind feature, making sure your lights are only on when you want them to be.
The Premium trim upgrades those automatic headlamps to include Tunnel Detection. Also included on the Premium trim are Rainsense™ automatic wipers, Front and Rear Park Assist, Lane Departure Warning, and Forward Collision Alert, among other features.
Finally, the Sport Touring includes the Premium features as well as 20-inch dynamic twin-spoke aluminum wheels with blacked-out pockets, plus alloy sport pedals. The Sport Touring also offers the available Dark Effects Package, which consists of Piano Black trim décor on the doors, center stack, and instrument panel, Gloss Black mirror caps, a Gloss Black front grille, and red seat stitching.
Other features that are standard across all trims include a rearview camera, remote keyless entry, QuietTuning™, SiriusXM Radio, the Easy Entry System for the rear seats, and more.