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Buick Enclave

2018
Buick Enclave 2018 4-door SUV Trim Shown: 2018 Premium 4-door SUV AWD Automatic
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The large, three-row Buick Enclave is being treated to its first redesign in about a decade. The 2018 model promises improved fuel economy, increased interior space, and a variety of safety and connectivity features. Power comes from a 3.6-liter V6--up 22 hp to 310--teamed with a nine-speed automatic. We got 20 mpg overall in our tests of the similar Chevrolet Traverse. Towing capacity is a claimed 5,000 pounds. Interior noise levels are low in our Enclave, and the top-trim Avenir has an even quieter cabin. The third-row seat is relatively roomy for the class. Controls are mostly easy to use, except for the unintuitive shifter that is a nuisance in parking maneuvers. Automatic emergency braking and forward-collision warning are available, though only on top versions costing over $50,000.
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2008-2017
2008 Redesign Year
Buick Enclave 2017
The Buick Enclave is a large, car-based SUV with three rows of seats. It shares a platform with the Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia, and Saturn Outlook. All use GM's contemporary 3.6-liter V6 engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission that is a bit hesitant to downshift. We found the ride comfortable and quiet, and the powertrain smooth. Handling is secure and pretty agile for such a big vehicle. The third-row seat is roomy enough for adults. Fit and finish are excellent. Fuel economy was slightly worse in the heavier Enclave than in our tested Traverse. A revised version with an improved infotainment system and the industry's first center airbag between the front seats debuted for 2013.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 $31,550 - $32,975 $28,480 - $29,880
2016 $25,000 - $32,825 $22,080 - $29,680
2015 $21,700 - $30,250 $18,880 - $27,180
2014 $19,600 - $26,600 $16,690 - $23,490
2013 $16,825 - $22,850 $13,860 - $19,710
2012 $13,225 - $17,850 $10,340 - $14,740
2011 $10,975 - $13,800 $8,160 - $10,810
2010 $10,125 - $12,625 $7,310 - $9,660
2009 $9,225 - $11,250 $6,405 - $8,305
2008 $8,100 - $10,600 $5,305 - $7,655
2007
2007 Redesign Year
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2007 N/A N/A
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