In 1899, David Buick established the Buick Motor Company, which debuted its first automobile, the Model B, in 1904. In its early years, 

Buick led the way. In the 1920s, it was the first automaker to offer 

 a vehicle with four-wheel brakes. In the 1950s and 1960s, it was also one of the first automakers to offer cars with power steering and brakes.

 With models like the Regal Grand National and the GNX gaining a reputation as the fastest American-built automobiles,

Buick's popularity became firmly established by the 1980s. Buick, meanwhile, has recently shifted away from making its 

distinctive blocky, aggressive, full-size sedans in favour of premium SUVs

and crossovers. Here's how the 2022 Buick models compare with respected

publications like Edmunds and Car and Driver: