DETROIT – General Motors announced retail pricing for its 2013-MY luxury crossover Buick Enclave. The automaker’s MSRP is of $39,270 including an $825 destination charge. The latest edition of the vehicle features new styling, more standard equipment, Intellilink, and more safety technologies, according to GM.
All Enclave models come equipped with a 3.6L direct-injected V-6 with continuously variable valve timing. This engine can produce up to 288 hp and generates 270 lb. ft. of torque, GM stated. EPA-estimated fuel economy is 24 mpg highway, 17 city, on FWD models and 22 mpg highway, 16 city, on Enclave AWD models.
Standard content for all three equipment groups GM is offering for the vehicle includes seven-inch Color Touch radio with IntelliLink, high-intensity discharge headlamps, Rear Parking Assist, a Rear Vision Camera, remote start, and a power liftgate. The vehicle features GM’s front-center air bag as standard. GM is also offering offers 7- or 8-passenger seating choices for the Enclave at no added cost.
The Leather Group comes with leather-appointed upholstery, heated front seats, an eight-way power passenger seat, memory seat settings, and Side Blind Zone Alert with Cross Traffic Alert. This brings MSRP for the vehicle up to $43,285.
The Premium Group adds to the standard and Leather Group equipment, and includes 19-inch chrome clad wheels, articulating headlamps, a Bose premium audio system, cooled front seats, power-folding side mirrors, and a power tilting/telescoping steering column. This moves the base retail price up to $46,450.
Lastly, all Enclave models can be equipped with all-wheel drive ($2,000), navigation ($$795-1,540), or a trailering package ($525).
Other features include new LED daytime running lamps, LED-accented taillights, ambient interior lighting, and Dual-flow dampers that provide a smoother ride and better handling by controlling suspension damping in different driving conditions.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet