Buick Auto Repair

 Jennifer's Auto Sales and Buick Auto Repair

Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service offers sales and services o    n Buicks! Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service has a large full-service auto repair center with ASE technicians who specialize in Buick. If your Buick has a warranty contract, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service will very likely honor it! So, if you have a Buick Enclave, Envision, or any other Buick model, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service ASE certified technicians can help you.  

If you are looking to buy a top quality pre-owned Buick, Jennifer's Auto Sales and Service has a large selection of Buicks to choose from in all price ranges. If you don't see what you are looking for please click here to call or click here to email us, we are experts at finding our customers the exact vehicle they are searching for.   


The History of Buick 

In 1903, the Buick Motor Division was established by David Dunbar Buick in Flint, Michigan. In 1904, Buick was sold to James Whiting and the Buick Model B was launched. The slogan of "When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them" was launched in 1909. In the 1930s, the Flying Goddess became well known as the signature design cue on Buick vehicles. Later in that decade, Harley Earl designed the "world's first concept car" known as the Y-Job. In the 1940s, advertising for Buick focused on patriotic and nostalgic themes such as "So Nice To Come Home To". In 1949, portholes were introduced on the Buick vehicles and were designed to provide airflow to the engine bay. Portholes, Sweepspear, and waterfall grille become the big three design cues for Buick vehicles. In the 1950s, advertising switched to a comfortable and luxurious focus as seen through the Buick Super, Estate, and Roadmaster. In 1959, three smaller vehicles were released (LaSabre, Invicta, and Electra) in response to the public wanting smaller cars. The 1960s brought a want for sporty, fun, and luxurious cars, so Buick emphasized vehicles such as the Skylark and Wildcat. In the 1970s and 1980s, performance for cars was a staple so Buick focused on that by introducing vehicles such as the Riviera and GNX. Today, Buick focuses heavily on crossover and SUV models and have many mainstays in that market. 

Buicks of the Past

Throughout Buick's history, they have changed tactics on which car segment to focus on. This means some vehicles have been discontinued to focus more on those particular vehicles. Here are some of Buick's best-discontinued vehicles:

Buick LeSabre

The Buick LeSabre is one of Buick's longest latest cars as its first model year was in 1959. Until 1985, the LeSabre had a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. After that, it switched to a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout. The last year of the LeSabre was 2005. 

Buick Regal 

The Buick Regal is another vehicle that has been around for a while and has gone through many redesigns. The first model was seen in 1973 as a basic mid-size car until the year 1988 came around and the Regal was redesigned to become a mid-size luxury car. The Regal's layout also evolved throughout the year going from front-engine, rear-wheel-drive to front-engine, front-wheel-drive until finally, it went to front-engine, four-wheel drive. The last year of the Regal was 2020. 

Buick Riviera

In 1963, the Buick Riviera was introduced. This personal luxury car was the first for Buick in this market segment. It was initially a standard front-engine, rear-wheel-drive car until it switched to front-wheel drive in 1979. The last year the Riviera was produced was 1999. 

What Buick Currently Offers Today

Today, Buick offers a lineup of crossovers and SUVs. Here is the current list of vehicles that are available today:

Buick Encore

The 2021 Buick Encore is a five-person SUV with style, performance, and technology that is perfect for anyone. The interior is very convenient and versatile with 48.4 cubic feet of maximum cargo space and folding second-row seats. Premium LED lighting, a power moonroof, and standard 18" aluminum wheels make the exterior of the Encore eyecatching. 

Buick Encore GX

The Encore GX is the base version of the Encore but elevated. With more than 50 cubic feet of maximum cargo space, the Encore GX allows you to carry anything anywhere. The Buick Infotainment System and a plethora of In-Vehicle Apps make the Encore GX technologically advanced. The exterior is no slouch either with the signature grille and available premium lighting. 

Buick Envision 

The 2021 Envision is a compact SUV with more than enough style, power, and technology to make every day great. The 2.0L turbocharged engine and available AWD make the driving experience better than most. The Envision is very safe as well, equipped with Buick Driver Confidence Plus which features Lane Change Alert, Rear Park Assist, and Automatic Emergency Braking. 

Buick Enclave

The Buick Enclave is tomorrow's SUV for today's family. This advanced SUV has superior styling that boasts a hands-free power liftgate, power moonroof, and winged LED headlamps. Seating and cargo options are extremely flexible as the Enclave has three rows of first-class seating and room for up to seven people. The safety technology is top-notch as well, with features such as Lane Change Alert and Side Blind Zone Alert. 

Buick Enclave Avenir

The Buick Enclave Avenir is one of Buick's most luxurious vehicles. This mid-size luxury SUV has premium wood-tone accents and three rows of first-class seating, making the interior elegant. The Enclave Avenir's advanced suspension, known as the Continuously Variable Real-Time Damping suspension system, enhances control of the car and delivers a smooth, confident ride. The Enclave Avenir is also equipped with top-tier safety features that give you peace of mind while on the roads!