2015 Buick Enclave Review - Buick Cars Review
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2015 Buick Enclave Review , The 2015 Buick Enclave ranks 2 out of 23 Affordable Midsize SUVs. This ranking is based on our analysis of published reviews and test drives of the Buick Enclave, as well as reliability and safety data.The 2015 Buick Enclave looks nothing like a minivan, but it fills some of the same family functions as the old and seemingly outmoded box on wheels. The Enclave, though, offers the same flexibility as a minivan and the practicality of a wagon, too wrapped in a tall but surprisingly stylish crossover utility body that’s reset a lot of buyers’ stereotypes over its eight years. And it’s still selling well after all that time.There was never any question that the Enclave was a handsome design. Of the three large GM crossovers, it’s by far the most appealing to us, from its chrome waterfall grille to the slight Coke-bottle shoulder line in the side panels over the rear wheels. By comparison, its siblings the Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia are more slab-sided and blockier.There are many choices for hauling your family around these days, and each offers its own set of benefits. A large crossover SUV can give you the passenger comfort, cargo space and fuel economy you’re looking for. But if you also want one that rises above the utilitarian fray yet is still reasonably priced, the three-row 2015 Buick Enclave could end up being your ideal choice.Along with the requisite cargo and passenger space, the 2015 Buick Enclave’s calling card is its impressively smooth and quiet ride. Unlike some traditional truck-based SUVs, it can be driven daily on pitted freeways and uneven asphalt in comfort. And if you need the Buick to do some boat-tugging duty, it can haul 4,500 pounds when properly equipped. It’s also pretty nice inside, benefitting from quality materials and plenty of standard and optional feature content.
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