Buick Enclave Redesign: What is changing in the design and why it is better?
One of Buick's most popular vehicles is the Enclave. The new 2013 Buick Enclave is comparable to the 2012 model; however, major changes and updates will make the three-row crossover SUV more practical.Posted — Updated
One of Buick’s most popular vehicles is the Enclave. The new 2013 Buick Enclave is comparable to the 2012 model; however, major changes and updates will make the three-row crossover SUV more practical.
• The LED taillights are combined with integrated exhaust outlets that help the SUV run smoothly.
• The colorful 7-inch display will allow for connections via USB or Bluetooth. This makes listening to your favorite music on the go a breeze. More traditional drivers can appreciate the satellite radio, which can be accessed easily with this display.
Great new look aside, the 2013 edition will have the same 3.6-liter V6 or six-speed automatic engine that is trademark of the Enclave. The engine has proven itself over the years to be incredibly durable and allows for a smooth ride. The classic engine also allows the luxury crossover SUV to get great gas mileage. This is why Buick built the 2013 Enclave model to get about 18 miles per gallon on average. While this isn't great mpg, the SUV is still an economical choice compared to other crossover SUVs on the market.
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