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Friday, 1 July 2011

2011 Buick Enclave

Buick Enclave

 The Buick Enclave combines the smooth ride and responsive handling of a car with the cargo capability and high seating position of a sport utility vehicle.
The Enclave is available in two trims; CX and XL. Both feature a contemporary design that incorporates trademark styling cues associated with Buicks of the past. Both are available with a front-wheel drive (FWD) or an all-wheel drive (AWD) configuration. The interior features two front bucket seats and two different seating configurations for the second and third row seats accommodating a maximum of eight passengers. A direct injection 3.6-liter V6 engine is mated with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Enclave offers a luxurious interior with an extensive list of features and amenities.
The Enclave carries-on with minimal changes for 2011The critical moment came for the fight against 2011 buick enclave changes. . With its matte image and years of declining market share of car manufacturers are working hard to make some “of your life, the depreciation of the brand pump. In the coming months, Buick plans to improve its launch two sedans and a well planned crossover SUV. According to General Manager Steve Shannon, Buick cannot afford not to tell the effort that this year will be a defining moment in the efforts to revitalize the brand. . 2007 is the year of the Buick sized enterprises is difficult, we fight every day, Shannon said in an interview with the lunch of the Automotive Press Association.
Buick could be something that boosts the sales are in North America, where sales fell by more than 40 percent since 2002 help. Although it thrived in the hot Chinese market, where GM Buick could sell more of what they did in North America remains the brand had problems in the United States. Two years ago, GM product czar Bob Lutz described as “damaged brand”, adding that GM Buick out of its range of products, if things do not improve with the brand. Fortunately, parts of the car, the parent company of the GM Buick hub designed for the GM product continuously for Buick owners should not worry.
The General's 280-horsepower direct-injected 3.6-liter V6 will still be made available, complete with the new HiPer Strut front suspension that helps keep torque steer to a minimum, but buyers can now select it as a no-cost option, and also opt for all-wheel drive.

Final pricing information has not been released, but Buick tells us that the entry level LaCrosse will start around $30,000. Currently, the LaCrosse has a base MSRP of $26,995, which suggests the addition of eAssist and its associated fuel-saving parts isn't cheap. What Buick has effectively done is ditched the "base" LaCrosse model and left two identically priced models for buyers to choose from: one focused on exceptional fuel economy and the other on power.

Production on the 2012 LaCrosse will start this summer with the first round of cars hitting dealerships this Fall.


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