One of the largest cars to debut at the 2012 New York Auto Show is the 2013 Buick Enclave. The well proportioned CUV is quite the substantial car.
It looks good, feels good and is reasonably fresh on the new car market. The interest just seems to be flowing in.
Having put out a new announcement today, Buick is not likely to disappoint any of its suitors, particularly those interested in the Enclave.
This is because, for the money, the Enclave seems to offer an incredible amount of car, even if it does wear a “not so desirable” Buick badge.
Buick’s 2013 Enclave will have a starting price of $39.270, which doesn’t seem that expensive, even for a car that’s more expensive than last year’s model.
The difference comes in at about 3000 USD which Buick aim to justify through the considerable amount of equipment added as standard to the 2013 modelyear car.
Some of the highlights are the additional safety technologies, a set of dual-flow dampers, a front-center airbag and a seven-inch screen with IntelliLink connectivity.
All good stuff, all purposed to raise the bar on the sales of the Buick Enclave. With the previous model year the company did pretty good.
Now though, a 5.5 percent drop has made people more careful in the sales and marketing department. That’s typical.
On a somewhat less than normal front, despite the contracting market, the Buick Enclave remains the best seller in its class.
Maybe this facelift/set of upgrades is intended to do the best it can to keep this title rather than struggle to far for sales.