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It all began in 1899, when the talented engineer David Buick, a Scotsman by origin, founded the Buick Manufacturing Company, which was engaged in the production of automobile engines, using its own unique developments.
Subsequently, Buick decided to attempt to make cars, sold the company, and with the proceeds founded the Buick Motor Car Company in 1902, the world saw its products in 1903.
This was not the first development of a talented engineer, but it was the first time he tried his hand at mass production of cars.
And he did not succeed - the lack of a businessman's talent hindered him.
The car presented to them in 1904 (model B) not only differed favorably from competitors from a technical point of view, but also cost a lot, which prevented the young company from getting on its feet.
Buick never managed to deal with the numerous financial problems that arose and he was forced to sell his brainchild.
In total, only a few dozen cars were produced during this period.
However, we got distracted. The real heyday of Buick began in the post-war period.
The demand for powerful and luxurious cars grew rapidly. In the early 1950s, hundreds of thousands of cars of this brand were sold.
At that time, few people thought about economy, and cars of this class sometimes consumed up to 30 liters per 100 kilometers.
Exceptionally luxurious and daring models appear, the brand is at the zenith of its glory.
In the future, everything was not so smooth. Starting from the end of the 60s, a slow decline began. And both Buick itself and GM as a whole.
Bad marketing has done its dirty work. Buick brand cars gradually began to distinguish themselves from other brands of the company, in fact, only by name.
A similar model range, excessive appetites of engines, low quality of assembly led to the fact that users began to look aside for much more interesting Japanese cars.
The situation was further aggravated by the oil crisis of the 1970s
From the end of the 20th century until today, the Buick division deals with small and not too interesting models of the middle class, created mainly for the American market.
The beginning of the 21st century was marked by the promotion of this brand to the Asian market