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The Encore GX is another utility vehicle, and Buick needs those right now. But it's no better than the smaller Encore, nor is it a step above non-luxury subcompact competitors.
Spacious and comfortable, the 2020 Buick Enclave isn't a bad choice in its crowded class of seven-passenger SUVs. It's just not the best choice.
The 2018 Regal TourX is easy to like with its laid back performance, stylish exterior and quiet cabin, but Buick's tall wagon is again and again overshadowed by its competition.
The GS is a comfortable and competent everyday driver with more utility than your average sedan, just don't expect it to knock your socks off when the road gets twisty.
A strong luxury choice in the subcompact crossover segment.
The Regal Sportback's hatchback form should add to its appeal, but the same can't be said about every other part of the car.
It's no Avista, but the Enclave is an attractive, capable three-row SUV for upper-middle families with lots of stuff to do and see.
The 2017 Buick LaCrosse offers full-size luxury at a good price; we just wish it recognized our language.
Thanks to both a fancier Enclave and the brand new Avenir sub-brand, you won't find a fancier Buick than this.
The Envision is a competent, comfortable conveyance for families with a little more coin to drop than average.
It's the best-selling model from Buick, and we can see why.
New 2016 Buick Cascada hopes to draw in new and younger customers to the brand.
The 2016 Envision fills a gap in the automaker's lineup, slotting between the diminutive Encore and the full-size Enclave.
A little luxury, a little sport, and a big price cut.
The 2015 Buick LaCrosse's primary appeal comes from its large cabin and comfortable ride, enhanced by an easy driving character and a solid set of cabin tech features.
The 2008 Buick Enclave is a little too bulky for our tastes, and we weren't terribly impressed with the driving experience. But the navigation and entertainment module is worth the price of the option.