The Enclave Buick has been a boon to his arrival in 2007, accompanied by impressive sales transaction prices profitable. And although the big Buick went without an update since its debut, the Enclave managed his best year in 2011, with a segment-leading 58,000 units sold.
Buick hopes to stretch the strip with the first update Enclave to 2013th The three-row cross-optimized receive several updates, starting a new front fascia that includes a grid black chrome and cap cascade redrawn. The front also includes a new headlight design with standard xenon headlights and LED daytime running lights. On the back, the 2013 Enclave features new LED tail lights and a fresh design with integrated tailpipes.
Overall, the exterior is evolutionary redesign, but more dramatic changes await inside. The Enclave cabin was rapidly becoming obsolete, but Buick has raised its game with a fresh touch that includes the most modern materials and modern-looking center console. There are treatments of the wood so tastefully decorated, a handful of attractive chrome accents and stitching along. The cabin also features blue LED lighting that accentuates the size of this massive crossover.
The 2013 Buick Enclave will also inherit IntelliLink infotainment system, which provides a bright LCD display and interactivity with the smartphone via Bluetooth and USB. The Enclave is also equipped with tri-zone climate control and industry-first center front airbag fall further.
Buick engineers made no changes to the tried-and-true 3.6-liter V6 and six-speed automatic, but the installation of ride and handling has been given a little ‘love. The front and rear shock absorbers have been revised for a smoother ride, with large bumps Verify the adjustments did not loosen the fillings. The race has also received more “Quiet Tuning” (read: isolated) which keeps the street noise out even more unwanted reimagined cabin first.