/2013 Buick Enclave Unveiled

2013 Buick Enclave Unveiled

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Buick’s new car for this year’s New York Auto Show is a family bus. The new Enclave is a three-row luxury crossover, but it does look like a jacked-up minivan, doesn’t it? It’s a versatile car though. There’s not many cars out there that can seat seven people and do light off road as well. The 2013 version also comes with new safety features.

Design-wise, the new car features a revised front fascia with LED daytime running lamps and a revised rear one with integrated exhaust outlets and LED tail lamps. The headlights are also redesigned and so is the front grille. The car can be had with 9-inch and 20-inch aluminum wheels.

The Enclave is all about the interior. There you get new ice blue LED ambient lighting around the dash highlights Enclave’s flowing lines, emphasizing the cabin’s spaciousness and luxuriousness. also contributing to the luxury are soft touch materials and live stitching throughout as well as chrome detailing.

As for high-end features, you get eight-way power front driver and passenger seats with four-way adjustable head restraints emphasize seat comfort, and new “center stack” with standard IntelliLink LCD display, tri-zone climate system, capacitive touch controls and available navigation system. It’s pretty well-equipped for a crossover.

We should also mention the Enclave’s new front center air bag, standard on all 2013 models. It deploys from the inboard side of the driver’s seat and positions itself between the driver and front passenger, delivering a more comprehensive occupant restraint system.

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