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2012 Buick Verano

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buickguy    0

Heard a rumor that the selection of that name was chosen for a big reason. Verano means summer, which is a great name for a convertible. Could be based on the Opel Astra twintop

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I thought it would be verano so Susan could do a marketing tie in with starbucks

Hmm... a Venti Verano in a coffee color...

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cire    2

Why not call the coupe-cabrio "Verano" (which does makes sense) and call the sedan something else. If Buick wants to tie the coupe-cabrio in with the sedan, then another possibility would be to add "Verano" to the end of the sedan's name for the coupe-cabrio version (For example: the sedan would be called "Skylark" and the coupe-caprio would be called "Skylark Verano").

"Verano" just doesn't make sense for a sedan product.

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