NEW YORK – Buick Div. plans to move up from competing with Toyota and Honda brands to premium status, says General Manager C.J. Fraleigh. "Buick will completely transform itself," he says. Buick’s trucks started the trend, which will continue with the introduction of the LaCrosse sedan this fall, along with the new Terazza minivan. New Buick LaCrosse will lead Buick’s effort to become premium brand. These new products and others that will be introduced next year are part of a $3 ...
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