Buick Logo – Buick is a brand of cars in the United States founded in 1903 and owned industrial group General Motors since the founding of this, in 1908. Since the beginning of General Motors, Buick models are in the category of semiluxury above Oldsmobile and below Cadillac, which had as its main rival the brand Mercury, the group rival Ford Motor Company.
The Buick was marketed almost exclusively in the U.S. and Canada, with few exceptions. Throughout the 2000s, the range has been simplified with the replacement of midsize sedans Buick Century and Buick Regal for the Buick LaCrosse, the replacement of large sedan Buick LeSabre and Buick Park Avenue, on the Buick Lucerne, and premature death of the SUV Buick Rainier and the minivan Buick Terraza. The 2008 range has just three models: the LaCrosse, the Lucerne and the Buick Enclave (an SUV).
The brand has a strong presence in the People’s Republic of China. In addition to the original models, several models of other brands of General Motors Buick offered renamed as the Opel Corsa, the Chevrolet Optra and the Holden Commodore.
The Buick logo, called Trishield (“triple-shield”), consists of three shields lined up on diagonal: the left painted red, white center and right in gray or blue. In Mexico, the brand has come in 1921, was present until 1996 when officially retired (Cenruty Limited), however given the departure of Pontiac leads into the Mexican market this brand in 2010.