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2016 Buick Envision crossover arrives next summer

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Already on sale in China, the Buick Envision crossover SUV will come to showrooms here next summer. Designed and engineered in America, this slick 5-passenger model slots between the Encore and the Enclave and will face off against the Acura RDX, Audi Q5, Lexus RX and Lincoln MKC.

Orientation: 2016 Buick Envision SUV to Be Imported to U.S. from China Next Summer

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Buick has a crossover problem here in the United States. Despite the continued popularity of the aging Enclave three-row, as well as the tiny Encore’s surprising market traction, the automaker is leaving sales on the table by selling only those two crossovers.

15 Three-Row Luxurious Crossovers and SUVs for Families

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Large SUVs have essentially replaced the minivan as the family car of choice and are now built to accommodate almost an entire soccer team. Finding one with plenty of upscale appointments doesn’t necessarily mean opting for a luxury badge; many mainstream three-row SUVs are indeed luxurious.

Envision This: Buick’s Next SUV, Imported from China

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - When better Buicks are built, will the Chinese build them? That’s what the business press, led by The Wall Street Journal, is claiming, with an unconfirmed report that Buick will fill the yawning gap in its lineup—in between the teensy Encore crossover and the three-row Enclave—with the mid-size Envision crossover, imported from China.

2017 GMC Acadia Spy Photos: New Platform, Smaller Dimensions

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - After a decade, General Motors finally will release a second generation of its mid-size crossover family, which includes the GMC Acadia/Chevrolet Traverse/Buick Enclave. Spotted here in GMC trim, the next Acadia carries over its familiar fender-flare shape, upright grille, and rectilinear body that contains three rows of seats.

Wipe and Catch Fire: GM SUVs Recalled for Overheating Wiper Motors

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Chevrolet Traverse, Buick Enclave, and GMC Acadia are being recalled for defective windshield-wiper motors that can overheat and cause a fire. Some 31,000 vehicles are affected.