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SUV Review: 2017 Buick Envision

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Those of who who value ride comfort and cabin hush over Nürburgring bragging rights, fear not. The 2017 Buick Envision compact crossover that slides in between the subcompact Encore and full size Enclave, has old-school Buick written all over it. At no point does this relaxed hauler goad you into clipping an apex or even bolting ahead of the herd at a traffic light.

The Buick Envision Is Quiet Inside and Unfortunately in Appearance

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It fills in Buick’s lineup between the smaller Encore and larger Enclave, but we’d forgive you if you weren’t able to envision the Buick Envision. It slid into Buick’s lineup with little fanfare, but the compact Envision SUV is a very important product for the brand. It’s already outselling Buick’s sedans and is nearly matching the larger Enclave.

Buick envisioning a refreshed Envision crossover

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Buick's first fully Chinese-built vehicle in the U.S., the Envision crossover, is now getting its very first refresh. Cars grow up so fast, don't they? There's no time to be wistful, though, so we need to take a look at this prototype.

2018 GMC Terrain Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The GMC Terrain is all new for 2018 and it’s well equipped for battle in the cutthroat compact crossover segment. To uncover its strengths and weaknesses, we put this vehicle through its paces on the circuitous roads around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, slogging through morning rush-hour, climbing mountains, and gliding along stretches of highway. This upscale utility vehicle has been totally re-engineered from roof to rockers, riding on GM’s rigid D2XX architecture, which it shares with the Buick Envision and Chevrolet Equinox models.

2017 Buick Envision Review: Good SUV, Strong Competition

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Buick Envision is your car if you need a roomy compact and appreciate ride comfort and quiet over sporty handling. If you buy it, make sure you know you’ll need the Premium II plus Driver Confidence Package to maximize the safety offerings.

2017 Buick Envision Preferred AWD Review – The Buick Tri-Shield Badge Premium Exists

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors apparently believes you’ll pay a genuinely lofty price for the 2017 Buick Envision precisely because it’s a Buick. A basic 2017 Buick Envision, upgraded with Preferred trim in order to select the $1,850 all-wheel drive system, costs $38,645.