https://chicago.suntimes.com - Debuting with the 2018 Buick Enclave, the new Avenir sub-brand represents the highest expression of Buick luxury. Avenir offers unique styling cues and an extensive set of standard features and premium materials throughout the vehicle. If you liked Enclave before, and I was a fan, the new and versatile functionality, interior spaciousness and intuitive technologies definitively build on Enclave’s established demand.
https://autoweek.com - For 2018, Buick completely reshaped the Enclave, giving it a new, lower top profile, extra standard features and a new trim line named after Buick’s coupe concept: Avenir. New standard features include LED headlights, LED taillights, rearview camera and rear park assist. The all-wheel-drive system is a twin-clutch design and is Buick’s first switchable AWD system. There are available high-tech features like Buick’s new QuietTuning system, a 360-degree view camera and ventilated front seats. Heated front seats are standard.
https://www.trucks.com - From a distance, the Buick Enclave doesn’t look large enough to have a third row and sufficient rear cargo space. But it’s impeccably configured on the interior — enough so that the rear bench comfortably fits two adults. Its body shape resembles the typical rounded, minivan-crossover mashup that’s been gaining traction in the U.S. But up close it has swagger. The snout is bold, and there are smooth lines carved into side panels. The door handles are chrome.
https://gearpatrol.com - Buick’s “That’s a Buick” campaign focused on a younger market. The company portrayed itself as producing cool, sleek cars that would make you forget all about that drab sixth-generation LeSabre your grandmother had that was probably beige. With the “Avenir” sub-brand Buick is extending on that premise, recasting itself for a wealthier (but still young and hip, we swear) customer.
https://jalopnik.com - A story about a Buick is not exactly one that grips the imagination. Maybe not here. But allow me to explain. Buick, founded in 1899, among the world’s oldest car companies, has a future in this here 21st century, this era of fractured attention spans, of hyperkinetic pace. It serves as the antithesis to the very concept of sport-luxury. This much I discovered after nearly a week in a Lacrosse Avenir: a car that quietly sings its competencies, trading on its subtleties for anything even remotely approaching Alcantara.
https://www.auto123.com - The new 2018 Buick Enclave picks up where the outgoing model left off. Able to provide a quiet and comfortable environment for its occupants and deliver a smooth on-road ride, the Enclave seems to have been designed specifically for big North American highways.
https://www.kbb.com - The 2019 Buick Enclave offers a smooth ride, powerful engine and comes well equipped. At the Avenir trim it rivals the MDX. However, the 2019 Buick Enclave falls behind the MDX in the standard safety features department. In order to get things like blind-spot monitoring and rear-cross traffic alert you have to step up to the second trim level, the Buick Enclave Essence. Inside the Enclave you get a lot of luxury touches including a padded dash and wood and chrome accents, and Buick’s Quiet Tuning process makes the cabin an incredibly silent place to spend time.
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http://blog.consumerguide.com - 2018 Buick Enclave Avenir AWD Class: Premium Midsize Crossover Miles driven: 210 Fuel used: 12. 0 gallons Real-world fuel economy: 17.
https://www.kbb.com - Avenir treatment for Buick’s flagship sedanV6 engine produces 310 horsepower9-speed transmission standardPriced at $45,795 The roads outside Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey have near-apocalyptic imperfections.