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The Buick Riviera was known as a luxury car produced by GM/Buick from 1963 to 1999. The Riviera was GM’s first foray into the luxury niche, and automotive journalists loved this vehicle upon its debut. Early models of the Buick Riviera kept to the original design, but the look of this popular Buick model changed 8 times over its thirty-year lifespan.
Dealers sold 1,127,261 production units of the Riviera through its history. The Riviera name had been used numerous times by Buick since the early 50s for different versions of their lineup but the unmistakable design that debuted in 1963, was Buick’s first unique Riviera model. The Riviera name was resurrected for concept cars displayed at auto shows in 2007 and 2013 though it has still not been re-released as a production model yet.
The Buick Riviera is a nameplate that was used for many decades by the Buick Company, lasting from 1963 through 1999, with total production reaching 1,127,261. The Buick Company has been in business since 1902 actually, David Dunbar Buick had a company that affixed porcelain to cast iron.
While the Riviera name in the Buick scheme dates as far back as the late 1940s, it wasn’t until 1963 that the Riviera became a stand-alone model. It was at that time that the Riv became a symbol of American luxury, power, and design that solidified the car’s classic status.
The Buick Riviera is a personal luxury car that was marketed by Buick from 1963 to 1999, with the exception of the 1994 model year. As General Motors’ first entry into the personal luxury car market segment, the Riviera was highly praised by automotive journalists upon its high-profile debut.