Did Buick Ever Make a Pickup Truck?

The automobile company Buick, has a long and storied history in the world of cars. Buick has produced some of the most iconic vehicles ever made, from the classic Roadmaster to the modern Enclave. But one question that many people have is, did Buick ever make a pickup truck?

The answer is yes, for a brief period in the 1950s, Buick did indeed produce a pickup truck. It was called the Buick Century Caballero, and it was an innovative model for its time.

The Century Caballero featured luxurious interior styling with chrome accents and leather seating. It also had a powerful V8 engine and could tow up to 5300 pounds. The model was only produced from 1955-1959 before being discontinued due to low sales.

In addition to the Century Caballero, Buick also produced another pickup truck known as the Invicta Suburbanite. This model was even more luxurious than the Century Caballero and featured such amenities as air conditioning and power windows.

It could seat up to 8 passengers and had a powerful V8 engine that could tow up to 6500 pounds. The Suburbanite was only produced from 1959-1962 before being discontinued due to low sales.

So while Buick may not be known for its pickup trucks today, at one point in time it did produce two different models. The Century Caballero and Invicta Suburbanite were both innovative models for their time but sadly they never quite caught on with consumers due to their high price tags and limited availability.

In conclusion, yes Buick did make a pickup truck but only for a brief period of time in the 1950s and 1960s. While these models were innovative for their time they never quite caught on with consumers due to their high prices and limited availability. As such they are rarely seen on the roads today but serve as an interesting piece of automotive history nonetheless.

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Stephen Dunn