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2018 Buick Envision

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2018 Buick Envision is an international five-seat crossover SUV. A few years ago, it became the first mass-market vehicle from a Detroit automaker to be assembled in China and sold in America, but it isn’t the Envision’s assembly location that affects it in our scoring. While it’s a likeable crossover that does most things well, it does little to stand out. The Envision is narrow inside and gets pricey with options, although it rides comfortably and has performed to a high standard in crash-testing.

CNH Industrial Asks RCA Students to Envision Future Product

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - CNH Industrial — maker of commercial vehicles, agricultural and construction equipment — recently sponsored a project at the Royal College of Art (RCA) that asked students to design innovative and sustainable machinery for emerging markets. Some 30 students from the RCA’s vehicle and service design programs were challenged to develop innovative industrial products and services […]The post CNH Industrial Asks RCA Students to Envision Future Product appeared first on Form Trends.

PowerSteering: 2017 Buick Envision Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - From a product sourcing perspective, Buick is the most global brand in the General Motors lineup. The Enclave SUV hails from America. The compact Encore SUV is built in South Korea. The Cascada convertible comes from Europe. The Regal sedan is assembled in Canada. And the new Envision SUV is made in China. A compact crossover SUV, the Envision is one of the first Chinese-built vehicles to be offered in the United States. Buick is positioning this new entrant as an alternative to the Acura RDX and Lincoln MKC, and within the GM lineup as a bridge between the GMC Terrain and the Cadillac XT5.

2017 Wards 10 Best Interiors Nominee: Buick Envision

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - WardsAuto editors are evaluating nearly 40 vehicles as part of the 2017 Wards 10 Best Interiors competition. Today's gallery focuses on the Buick Envision, a 5-passenger near-luxury ute with a $49,320 sticker price.

2017 Buick Envision Video Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Premium and luxury marks like all brands have seen sedan sales fall as crossovers and SUV’s gobble up more and more market share. What to do? Well, by all means, give the people what they want. Thus, one century old car brand has added yet another crossover to their line-up. Only this one comes with a trans-pacific twist. The 2017 Buick Envision adds a 3rd arrow to Buick’s crossover quiver, fitting neatly between the much smaller Encore and the much larger Enclave. This middle-child takes aim at the likes of Acura RDX and Lincoln MKC, with plenty of room for adults.

Ratings and Review: 2017 Buick Envision

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Last year, Buick rolled out a new crossover SUV to keep its momentum going. Arriving late, and in limited quantities, the new Buick Envision plugged a hole in the crossover lineup, offering a larger alternative to the Encore without the substantial girth of the Enclave. For 2017, the Envision lineup expands, the supply pipeline from the Chinese factory now full. The Envision SUV is an impressive effort, but two potentially fatal flaws could make it a tough sell.