The Encore is a subcompact SUV that's a size smaller than "small" SUVs like the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V. Based on the Chevrolet Sonic, it's meant to blend some luxury touches with a small footprint. Tall, short, and narrow, the Encore has ungainly proportions, despite some familiar Buick styling cues like a big chrome grille and portholes on the hood.
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All Encores come with 18-inch wheels, Bluetooth, and a rear camera. The Convenience trim line adds blind spot monitoring with cross traffic alert, automatic climate control and remote start. The aptly named Leather trim line brings leather upholstery, of course, but also heated seats and a heated...
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