The large Buick Enclave is a quiet, comfortable, and responsive three-row SUV.
Power comes from a lively 3.6-liter V6 teamed with a smooth nine-speed automatic.
We got 18 mpg overall in our tests, which is unimpressive.
Towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.
The roomy cabin is very quiet, and the ride is comfortable, befitting Buick's flagship.
The third-row seat is relatively roomy for the class.
The infotainment system is easy to use, and connectivity features abound.
But the unintuitive gear selector is fussy and a nuisance to use in parking maneuvers.
The manual sunshade for the sunroof is out of place, given the Buick's price.
FCW and city-speed AEB are standard only on top-level versions costing more than $50,000.