Buick is a luxury vehicle brand of General Motors that began in 1899. Buick has been given the backronym (back acronym) of “Big Ugly Import Car Killer” since at least 1996. The backronym “Big Ugly Indestructible Car Killer” has also been cited in print since at least 1996.
Buick /ˈbjuːɨk/ is a luxury vehicle marque of General Motors (GM). Buick models are sold in the United States, Canada, Mexico, China, and Israel. Buick holds the distinction as the oldest active American make. Buick models share some architecture with other GM brands.
The Official Motor City High-Octane, Turbocharged, Chrome-Plated, Back Road Book of Car Culture
By Dean D. Dauphinais and Peter M. Gareffa
Detroit, MI: Visible Ink Press
Buick Big Ugly Import Car Killer
HumourNet (24 October 1996)
Big Ugly Indestructible Car Killer
A Bawdy Language:
How a Second-Rate Language Slept Its Way to the Top
By Howard Richler
Toronto, ON: Stoddart
BUICK: Big, Ugly Indestructible Car Killer
Street Smart Secrets to Auto Care You Can Trust
By Joe Sanfellipo and Andrea Glass
Carlsbad, CA: White Tiger Press
BUICK Big Ugly Import Car Killer
Buick, also know as B.U.I.C.K. (Big Ugly Import Car Killer) is a fine luxury automobile that has a reputation for crushing or mutilating any vehicle that comes in its path, due to its heavy constuction of thick sheet metal and heavy metal parts.
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