Buick 2019: Enclave and Enclave Avenir Overview

The 2019 Buick Enclave is a refined, mid-size crossover SUV. It truly encompasses everything Buick is known for around the world, delivering luxury and style.

Safety Features

Buick takes safety of their drivers seriously, and the Enclave is an example of the carmaker’s commitment to this cause. This vehicle is equipped with advanced braking abilities and the ability to upgrade to Surround Vision, pedestrian braking, and so much more. These features can help drivers navigate surprises they experience on the road.

Exterior

Sleek edges and Buick’s signature grille easily gets the attention of not just the owner but other drivers on the road. With winged LED headlamps, drivers may experience better vision at nighttime, especially in extremely dark areas, such as alleys and dirt roads. There’s also a handsfree power liftgate, easy to use thanks to an LED logo projection telling you exactly where to swipe your foot to activate it.

If you want to get out of town and bring a camper or boat, you can with the Enclave. The mid-size SUV is capable of towing up to 5,000 pounds!

Interior

This mid-size vehicle offers flexible seating for up to seven passengers and has flexible cargo space, too. The high-quality wood and durable materials are also easy to clean and sweep, making maintenance a breeze.

Driver Technologies

There’s plenty of driver technologies available in this vehicle. It comes equipped with a navigation and the Infotainment System lets users make and receive phone calls as well as text messages; the Enclave is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Androids. A built-in hotspot helps make sure that users don’t have to worry about signal or not being able to get an important email.

Performance

The company built this vehicle with Intelligent 4WD, with a twin clutch system. The 9-speed automatic transmission is powered by a 3.6L V6 engine. The Stop/Start technology helps drivers save gas and lessen their carbon footprint at the same time.

Buick Enclave Avenir

The Enclave Avenir is a luxury sub-model of the Enclave. It’s luxury delivered in a mid-size SUV.

It has a sleeker design and black ice finish, making it one of the best-looking vehicles on the road. The interior is redesigned for luxury too, including a 20-inch alloy wheel with a pearl-nickel finish. Drivers and passengers alike will experience three rows of spacious seating covered in soft, supple leather. Wood-tone accents and durable materials are also made with premium materials, so every ride is a comfortable one.

Price

Enclave – Starts at $40,000

Avenir – Starts at $53,500

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