Upcoming 2012 Cars Buick Verano Preview With Specification and prices
“Badge engineering”, or the practice of cloning a car and selling it as a brand new design, even though the differences are really only cosmetic, is one of many culprits behind GM’s 2009 bankruptcy. The most famous example of GM’s rebadging occurred in the 1980s, when GM tried to pass off the budget car, the Chevrolet Cavalier, for a luxury car, the Cadillac Cimarron.
However, GM swears that the new Upcoming 2012 Cars Buick Verano is not a clone of the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze. Car experts are skeptical.
Buick Verano Overview
The Upcoming 2012 Cars Buick Verano is a smaller-sized sedan that melds the sedan-style of the 2011 Regal with the compact size and chic design of the 2011 Cruze. In fact, the Upcoming 2012 Cars Buick Verano is suspected to be essentially the same in look-and-feel to the Cruze, with a similar turbocharged 1.4-liter inline-four, and only circumstantial modifications to design and suspension.
Although you shouldn’t believe GM when they say that the Upcoming 2012 Cars Buick Verano is not the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze rebadged, this time the rebadging isn’t necessarily all bad.