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Enclave Entices Entourage of Buick Buyers with 2022 Model

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Buick Buyers Get More Features with Enclave
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Enclave by Buick has been updated for 2022. Moreover, it does deliver some added style and additional features. Though, it does not do anything to lift Buick’s three-row SUV beyond the average for the segment. Thus, for the most part, the 2022 Buick Enclave is the same as it was when it was for this generation was, in fact, launched for the 2018 model year. Also, on the plus side, it does have a powerful V6 and a smooth transmission. Moreover, the cabin is really spacious, and there are additional standard safety features that are very much welcome. Also, the base price is really low for a three-row premium. Now, the base price also quite low for three-row premium SUVs at just under $44,000.

Enclave Features

On the plus side, the Enclave is quite spacious for front and second-row occupants in all directions. The front seats are a bit narrow but are otherwise comfortable with a supportive foam. Moreover, the available power lumbar adjustments are welcome, too. The second seats have soft and comfortable cushioning. Third-row access is really good.

In fact, the Enclave really does get an array of small updates which do mainly consist of styling changes and feature additions. Also, the exterior features new front and rear designs have new LED lighting front and rear. There are new wheel designs and exterior colors that are available. Also, inside, it’s nearly identical to last year’s model except for a new steering wheel. Also a new push-button shifter and an updated seat design.

Last year’s model except for a new steering wheel, new push-button shifter and updated seat designs. A variety of other features have been added either as standard or as options such as a wireless phone charger, wireless Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto, plus a power sunshade for the rear sunroof, a front camera, head-up display, rear-pedestrian alert, and adaptive cruise control. Also, rear camera mirror and surround view camera. Furthermore, lane-keep assist, blind-spot monitoring, automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, rear cross-traffic alert and automatic headlights are now standard.

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