There are many options for transporting your family around today, and each one offers its own advantages. An SUV big crossover can give you the comfort of passengers, cargo space and fuel economy that you are looking for. But if you want that it rises above the fray is still reasonable utility, three lines 2015 Buick Enclave could be your ideal choice.
Along with the required cargo and passenger space, the Buick Enclave 2015 business card is incredibly smooth and quiet ride. Unlike some truck-based SUV, you can drive daily on roads pitted and uneven asphalt in comfort. And if you need Buick make some duty boat pull, which can lead to 4500 pounds when properly equipped. It is also very good, of quality materials and a lot of options and content resources.
2015 Buick Enclave is a crossover of normal size which comes in three trim levels which are called groups: comfort and premium leather.
Each Enclave comes with second row seats and seven passengers. A seat in the second row is optional in leather and Premium groups and increases the total capacity to eight.
Standard equipment for the Enclave with the convenience group includes sensors rear parking is on remote, cruise control, automatic climate control, 18-inch wheels, a power liftgate, heated mirrors, Automatic Xenon, rear privacy glass headlights tri-zone, a driver’s 8-way power (more lumbar adjustment in two directions), a two-way power passenger seat a steering wheel tilt and telescope and a dimming rearview mirror automatic.
2015 Buick Enclaves all comes with a V6 3.6 liter that produces 288 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. 1 automatic 6 speed transmission and front-wheel drive are standard, while all-wheel drive is optional. Properly equipped, the Enclave can tow up to 4500 lbs.
All Enclaves of 2015 have traction control, stability and antilock brakes, front side airbags, curtain airbags, rear, parking sensors and a rear view camera. Also standard is a large air bag that unfolds between the front seats in the event of a lateral collision. The OnStar system includes automatic notification of failures, roadside assistance, request that unlock a pushbutton emergency, stolen vehicle Locator and away from the gate and active intervention.
The inside of a Buick Enclave is not as rich as those found in some competitors, but the surfaces are still attractive and good quality. As an ornament on the vinyl board specially padded: thanks to the contrast stitching, it looks like real leather, and contributes to the elegant environment of the Buick.
The climate controls are operated by three easy to use buttons, while each has a 6.5 inch screen from the IntelliLink Buick Enclave. IntelliLink enables the integration of application for smartphone radio and features a clean design and an intuitive menu structure. The screen itself is mounted low in the line of sight of the driver, however, requires a look further down the road that we would like to. In addition, the system is sometimes slow to respond to the touch input (and sometimes lose them completely), the interface a bit frustrating.
The Buick Enclave, 2015 isn’t exactly light on your feet. The V6 engine offers adequate performance, but lacks punch during passing maneuvers permitted. In addition, the automatic transmission can be slow to react when a quick downshift is required, but at least mild gearchanges. It is an excellent Highway Cruiser, however, thanks to its impressive soft and low levels of wind and road noise. Around turns, this large crossover SUV is reasonably secure, but it seems more bulky and less maneuverable than the MDX sport.