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Luxury Starts in the Driver’s Seat with 2013 Buick Enclave

Buick announced that its Enclave 2013 model will be available before the year ends. In addition, the car will have a starting price of $32,270 including $825 for destination and handling. The automaker also stated that its new vehicle will have a gentle styling redesign, more standard equipment, and more safety technology.

Interior and Exterior

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The 2013 Buick Enclave features rich interior colors, ambient blue lighting, and three rows of first-class seating. It also boasts a safer and more comfortable environment that offers better driving experience. As posted on the automaker’s official website, “Luxury starts in the driver’s seat and works its way out.”

On the other hand, the car’s exterior sports black-chrome waterfall grille and new LED-infused head. It also showcases modern tail lamps, which add up to the SUVs impressive new look.

Performance and Fuel Efficiency

Under the hood, the 2013 Buick Enclave comes with a 288-horsepower, 3.6-liter V6 engine that gives it a powerful performance through direct injection and variable valve timing. Buick also added that its new model will have new dual-flow dampers in the front suspension for a smoother ride and better handling with more damping over a wider range of road surfaces.

This feature minimizes impact and reduces noise and vibration for every road surface. In turn, it enables the vehicle to deliver unparalleled drive that is controlled, quiet, and efficient.

As for its fuel efficiency, the 2013 Buick Enclave uses an innovative powertrain system. The system helps the car achieve better highway fuel economy, which comes at EPA-estimated 24 MPG,  than most eight-passenger crossovers.

Equipment Groups

The 2013 Buick Enclave will feature three equipment groups. Each will include a good selection of the car manufacturer’s standard features.

Convenience: This will include touchscreen radio, HID headlights, parking sensors, backup camera, remote start, and many more.

Leather: It features leather and heated front seats, power-passenger seat, and side blind-zone alert with cross-traffic alert. The cross-traffic alert feature senses when a car is approaching as the driver backs out of a parking space. This feature would make the vehicle cost $43,285.

Premium: Meanwhile, premium includes the leather group features with the addition of 19-inch chrome wheels, articulating headlights, premium audio system, cooled front seats, power-folding side mirrors, and power tilting/telescoping steering column. Buyers can have all of this for $46,450.

Potential owners can choose between a seven- and eight-seater SUVs. An all-wheel drive will cost $2,000, navigation comes in at $795, and trailering package will cost $525.

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