Buick's Important Features
Do you know why BUICK rides so much more comfortably than other cars ? Here are three important reasons
Buick inspires higher favor—attracts more enthusiastic praise—and wins a greater demand among the women of America—than any other fine car . . . not only because it is more beautiful and dependable, but because it is recognized as the most comfortable riding car motorists have ever known!
Three important features, not combined in any other automobile, all contribute to Buick's remarkable riding smoothness over all roads.
Buick's famous cantilever springs—the most expensive type of springs employed on any car in the world—are designed solely for comfort, not for transmission of power, and provide the maximum degree of riding-restfulness.
Buick's Lovejoy hydraulic shock absorbers . . . front and rear . . . absorb the jars and jolts of the roughest roads, thus adding still further to the buoyancy of Buick travel.
And Buick's deep, soft seat-cushions, together with the lounging spaciousness of Buick interiors, provide unequaled riding luxury for every passenger.
Other comfort features—including adjustable front seat—fingertip steering and gear-shifting—and softly operating clutch and brakes—make this wonderful car as pleasing to the driver as to passengers.
Buick offers the highest standard of motoring comfort ever attained; and this is one vital reason why more women drive Buicks than any other fine car.
BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MICHIGAN
Division of General Motors Corporation
Canadian Factories: McLAUGHLIN -BUICK, Oshawa, Ontario
WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT... BUICK WILL BUILD THEM
Source: Ladies Home Journal, February 1929