The 2017 Buick Enclave comes with three rows of seats with a capacity of up to 8 passengers. The Enclave has remained one of Buick’s bestsellers for a lot longer than people thought it would but with its timeless design, and incredible comfort, it can do no wrong.
The exterior is surprisingly small and sleek for an SUV and even though it fits 8 people, it doesn’t look like it from the outside. It features chromes highlights and LED lighting, with the signature Buick logo in the grille. For 2017, the Enclave has added a Sport Touring package that comes in new colors and has a black grille.
The new Enclave was designed with space in mind without being bulky. The interior sees and abundance of space through a “low and away” instrument panel. Premium materials such as leather are available as optional extras but the cloth seats are included as standard. It comes complete with some wood tones and chrome details.
Like many other models this one comes with a 4G Hotspot connection and an optional rear seat entertainment system so that you passengers don’t get bored. As an extra you can also choose the 10-speaker Bose sound system. You can also start up your vehicle remotely so that you never have to take off cold. A voice command system called the BuickIntelliLink can also be installed.
The standard engine is the 3.6l V6 providing 288 hp. It has a combined EPA fuel economy rating of 18 MPG with the FWD model. This isn’t the best rating in the SUV class, but it certainly isn’t the worst either. This engine comes matched with a 6-speed automatic electronic transmission.
It has a blind zone alert, rear cross-traffic alert, and forward collision alert. There is also lane departure alert and it has a front center airbag (protects the driver and front passenger from a side-impact collision) in addition to all the other airbags in the car.
Featured Image: buick.comPosted on October 18, 2016