2017 Buick Enclave redesign

Headquarters in the Detroit, United States the Buick is all set to release its new and fully technical 2017 Buick Enclave on the year 2017. Being an American joint cooperation company with the great American manufacturer General motors (GM). This heavy and luxury SUV is expected to turn the tables for Buick. With over 2500 units they start their sale with many changes being brought on the exterior and interior design. New bumpers, rear headlights, air intakes and 4 electronic door channel (a latest technology developed by Buick) has been something to eye for.

2017 Buick Enclave front

2017 Buick Enclave: Redesign Exterior and Interior

On the exterior side you can see a lot of changes that are brought about. New decals and exterior metallic colours are eye catching. This SUV gets about 5 metallic colours. It will very lightweight as compared to other SUVs. This is because of the use of aluminium chassis and carbon body. And as it has a lighter bodyweight it is expected to consume less fuel and thus be fuel efficient. Another interesting feature is the electronic door channel. Actually, 2017 Buick Enclave has an LED detector at the door which can detect if anybody enters the car without permission. This gives extra protection to the customers.

It has a beautiful cabin of 2017 Buick Enclave with full equipments and technology. You can get an 8 inch LED screen, single button air refreshner switch, aluminium plated dashboard. Seats are beautifully stitched and covered with leather coat. You can also get 3.0 Bluetooth ports, 4 USB ports. Many functions are present in door side which are switchable and can be changed if needed. Cargo space has been increased and expected to hold around 380 kg of weight. There are 7 passenger seats and one driver seat.

2017 Buick Enclave interior

2017 Buick Enclave: Engine Specs

You can expect a powertrain will be super charged. It will have a turbo charged and direct inject 3.6 liter twin turbo engine. New 2017 Buick Enclave is expected to produce a horsepower of around 420 and 450 lb-ft of maximum torque. Customers have two choices. Other is a standard engine with every other components being the same. It has capacity to produce around 260 horsepower and 270 lb-ft of maximum torque. Both the transmission of the 2017 Buick Enclave will be a six speed automatic transmission. Depending on the model you will get an option to choose for all wheel drive or a rear wheel drive only.

Special Features:

  • It has a top speed of 140 km/h and it can accelerate to around 100 km in just 5.2 seconds.
  • AnInfotainment system, dual Dolby 8 speakers are all updated and reinstalled.
  • A New parking feature called the Park Assist, which automatically parks the car without the help of a driver.
  • The mileage of the car is expected to be around 23 mpg in city roads and 29 on highways.

2017 Buick Enclave: Release Date and Price

2017 Buick Enclave will be available to its customers at the end of 2017 and will be priced around $ 30 000 to $ 40 000. May be turbo charged will get a much higher price.

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14 Responses to 2017 Buick Enclave redesign

  1. ken williams says:

    I will be waiting for the first 2017 enclave out, sounds great!

  2. walton c mccall says:

    i hope the 2017 has push button start and heads up display.its hard to sell the suv as techcurrent without those items.i know that these items are in your stable as one of your other models has them all.

  3. Ken Deiss says:

    I hope the 2017 does not have push button start!I had a SRX push button start their are disadvantages!

  4. Brian Kreikemeier says:

    We love our 2015! Just like we loved our 2014 and our 2008!
    Wondering if the 2017 will have flexfuel like the Chevy trucks have had for years.
    Hoping for more comfortable seats as well…

  5. Genie Aldrich says:

    I hope someone at GM gets the idea to FIX the back left door. It never closes on the first try… this is the 4th model that’s had this problem. Also, please put coat hangers over the second row doors —- not the cargo carrier. My clothes from the dry cleaners get dirty hanging in the back. I know there are bigger problems in the world, just asking. Thank you for your consideration.

  6. Cindy Thomas says:

    Can’t wait to see this car. My husband and I have driven Buick for 20 years. I haven’t brought a new brick since 2001 because of the visors. My Rendaveou sun visor is perfect for the Texas sun. Having that extra piece of plastic that slides out is so functional–I hate to give them up. Sure hope this feature is being considered for the Envision!

  7. Red says:

    I’ll wait a year or two for the new bugs to be corrected. My 2013 is the best SUV ever and I’ve owned several the past twenty years. The only improvement I need is the passenger door window needs one touch operation. Maybe it’s already included on the ’14, 15, and ’16’s…if so, I’m satisfied!

  8. Doug Kochneff says:

    Please fix the front head rest !! Every time someone gets in the second row seats and just bumps the headrest is pushed forward and his the back of the person in the front. Please make sure the head rest can remain in the fixed position until the adjustment button is pushed by the person in front. This is very annoying for anyone in the front seats.

  9. Cat says:

    I would really like to see one touch up on the windows, too. Why do car manufacturers think we need one button down, but should have to hold the button to put it back up. If you go through a drive through, you are holding nothing when you roll it down. But when you get everything handed to you, now you have to hold all of that and hold the button. Makes no sense. One button up function on windows please!

  10. redvett01 says:

    Where are the Buick Louvers ????

  11. gpm says:

    Hope you don,t change middle split seat like you did w/ 2017 Arcadia???

  12. Ken Deiss says:

    I would like to see a digital along with the analog speedometer like in our SRX
    Who needs a large tachometer with an Automatic!!
    We love our 2014 Enclave

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