National Geographic : 1938 Apr
IMPRESSIVE size is not unusual in a car of the Buick LIMITED'S price class, and luxuriously fine interior appointments are of course to be expected. What the LIMITED brings new to this field is a peerless brilliance of performance-a light ness of handling that entices you to take over the wheel, nimbleness that's demonstrated at every getaway from a traffic light. It can, for example, step from ten miles per hour to sixty in a fraction over eighteen seconds. It levels out hills with quiet ease and is refresh ingly frugal for a car of its inches. Buick's roominess is something appraised at a glance. Its richness of finish is equally self evident. But for the real measure of its distinc tion, we suggest you take this car out on the road. After such a test we'd like to ask you can you name a car that equals the LIMITED within a thousand dollars of its price? "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."