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DETROIT - Buick celebrates its centennial in 2003 with a new concept vehicle and new SUV - and with events to commemorate one of the most important and dramatic chapters in American automotive history. One highlight will be a five-day 100th birthday party with more than 2,000 vintage cars in Buick's former home town of Flint, Mich.

Emphasizing both Buick's centennial and its exploration of new markets, the Buick Centieme concept vehicle was unveiled at the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The vehicle is described as a premium, distinctive crossover combining the best features of a sedan and SUV. The name Centieme (sent-e-em) is French for 100.

Following the success of the 2002 Rendezvous - another Buick crossover and Buick's first truck-based vehicle since 1923 - the division announced in the spring of 2002 it would become even more involved in trucks by offering the Buick Rainier as a 2004 model. Rainier is a full-frame SUV powered by the Vortec 4200 inline six-cylinder engine or optional Vortec 5300 V-8. It will be in dealer showrooms by fall 2003.

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