Buick Grille Assembly
The grille refers to the opening in front of a vehicle that we often see covered with a grating or cross work of bars. The main function of the grille is to allow air inside the vehicle's engine compartment, aiding in the function of both the radiator, for cooling the vehicle's engine, and the A/C condenser, for cooling its hot refrigerant. Aside from this function, however, the grille also protects the radiator, intercooler (on turbo equipped vehicles), and other vital engine components from road debris and bugs.
Buick grilles, just like the grilles of other vehicles, will just do what is expected of themallow air to cool the radiator and condenser, and protect the various components inside the engine compartment from damages. But aside from these, Buick grilles were also designed to radiate elegancemaking them worthy components on which the symbolical Buick emblem would be attached. Buick grilles were crafted with elegance, complementing the elegance that is also being showcased by other parts in the vehicle's fascia.
But aside from the original Buick grilles, custom and aftermarket grilles can also give a distinctive look for your Buick. Custom grilles can give another dimension to the looks of your Buickthat of being sporty, stylish and aggressive. Custom billet and body color grilles can greatly set your Buick apart not only from other cars but also from other Buick vehicles as well.