Buick Enclave Starts at $39,270 for 2013 Model
The 2013 Buick Enclave SUV will sticker for $39,270 including $825 for destination and handling. For the new year, the Enclave gets a gentle styling redesign, more standard equipment and more safety technologies.
The 2013 Enclave will have three equipment groups: “convenience,” “leather” and “premium.” All three will come with a good selection of Buick standard features, including a touch-screen radio, HID headlights, parking sensors, backup camera, remote start and a few other features. The leather group adds leather, heated front seats, power passenger seat and side blind-zone alert with cross-traffic alert for $43,285. Cross-traffic alert is a system that senses when a car is approaching as you're backing out of a parking spot.
The premium group includes the features from the leather group and adds 19-inch chrome wheels, articulating headlights, a premium audio system, cooled front seats, power-folding side mirrors and a power tilting/telescoping steering column for $46,450.
Buyers can choose between seven- and eight-passenger SUVs. All-wheel drive costs $2,000, navigation starts at $795 and the trailering package costs $525.
Buick says new dual-flow dampers in the front suspension provide a smoother ride and better handling with more damping over a wider range of road surfaces.
The 2013 Buick Enclave will arrive at dealerships before the end of the year.
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