The 2020 Buick Enclave is the newest edition
of the automaker’s flagship seven-passenger SUV, and its style, technology, and
comfort updates promise to take the mid-size SUV to new heights.
A new Sport Touring (ST) package is available
on the Enclave Essence trim level. This formidable, mono-chromatic take on the
family SUV boasts a Sports grille surrounded by body color to go along with
20-inch bright machined aluminum wheels complete with contrasting pockets of
Three new colorways add extra flair to an
already stylish SUV. Champagne Gold Metallic, Rich Garnet Metallic, and Dark
Moon Blue Metallic are all sure to turn heads when you drive by.
New four-way power lumbar seat adjusters for
the driver and front passenger complement the massage features available on the
Premium and Avenir trims. A new HD Rear Camera and HD Surround Vision inspire
confidence and bring peace of mind.
A new 8-inch diagonal touch screen is standard
across all trim levels of the 2020 Buick Enclave. The system comes with
connected navigation and can support SiriusXM® with 360L2.
Buick never forfeits performance for style.
The 3.6-liter V6 engine delivers a healthy 310 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of
torque for a rewarding driving experience.
Find out more about the 2020 Enclave’s
strengths when you call or stop by LaSorsa Chevrolet Buick.
Some of the most popular Buick vehicles of recent years have at least one small thing in common: the inclusion of the “En-” prefix in their nameplates. Now we have great cause to expect another Buick will join this club, as Buick recently filed to trademark the “Envista” nameplate.
Back in 2016, Buick introduced the Avista concept, a
two-door coupe with a stunning profile that never made it into production. It’s
obvious, however, that the Envista nameplate is extremely similar to the Avista
of yesteryear, leading many to speculate that the new Envista could very well
be a realized Avista with a name-change to fit in better with the current
Still, others are guessing that the Envista nameplate will
be applied to an all-new concept. Either way, the discontinuation of the Buick
Cascada leaves a gap in the Buick passenger car lineup, so it seems likely that
any new concept would fill this spot.
New reports also suggest that even more new “En-“ nameplates are in the works at Buick. While none are official yet, “Envoy” and “Enspire” are rumored to be among the monikers in the works.
Of course, this is all speculation. But one thing is certain: Buick has plenty going on behind the scenes that gives us here at LaSorsa Chevrolet Buick good cause to get excited about the years to come. In the meantime, if you need a new Buick before the Envista makes its appearance, we’ve got you covered.
Buick has always been a luxurious brand, but with the introduction of an all-new, high-end trim level, the company presents a new standard of luxury. The Buick Avenir trim adds elegant details to its design, both inside and out, plus additional standard technology and safety features.
The Buick Avenir trim debuted less than a year ago in the 2018 Buick Enclave. It’s been a big hit for drivers looking for a reliable family vehicle that will absolutely stand out. The second Avenir vehicle that will arrive at dealerships like LaSorsa Chevrolet Buick is the 2018 Buick LaCrosse sedan. This should be available by the end of February 2018.
Buick plans to continue adding the Avenir trim to one model at a time. There’s no news on what model might add the luxurious trim next, but representatives have suggested that it may eventually be available across the whole lineup. It will be exciting to see just how Buick implements added luxury into every one of its vehicles in the near future.
To learn more about the Avenir trim, you can stop in to see a Buick Enclave Avenir at LaSorsa Chevrolet Buick in person—or stay tuned for some Avenir-centric advertising during the upcoming men’s basketball tournament this season.