Buick's new crossover is built on the same platform as the GMC Acadia, but has a more stylish exterior. Read full review
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In keeping with the crossover theme, the Enclave has a smaller engine than you would find in an SUV. The Enclave gets a 3.6-liter V-6. Read full review
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Buick includes its signature hood vents, previously seen in the Lucerne. It also has big fenders and, on our test car, 19 inch wheels. Read full review
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The curvy D pillars are reminiscent of the Infiniti FX45. But the small rear windows make for poor rear visibility. Fortunately, a rear view camera is available. Read full review
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The Enclave feels big, which should please recovering SUV owners. But it's tough to drive around in crowded conditions. Read full review
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The Enclave has three rows of seating, accomodating seven or eight passengers, depending on whether the middle row is a bench or captain's chairs. There is also plenty of cargo room even with the third row. Read full review
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The CXL version of the Enclave gets leather seats and wood accents in the dash. Read full review
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The navigation and entertainment module has a lot of good features, such as this split-screen view. Read full review
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The steering feels overpowered with the Enclave, making it easy to spin the wheel around, but not providing any road feel. Read full review
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The analog gauges have a watch dial look, conveying a sense of refinement. Read full review
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We found the six speed automatic transmission to be incredibly clunky, but manual gear selection is available by shifting it into Low and using the rocker switch on the side of the shifter. Read full review
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Rear seat passengers can adjust heat and AC by adding or subtracting degrees from whatever temperature the front passengers chose. Read full review
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The resolution on the map screen is decent, and in urban areas it has 3D landmarks. Read full review
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The route guidance system uses very rich graphics to show upcoming turns. Read full review
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Satellite radio is available on the stereo, and we like how the presets, at the bottom of the screen, can contain stations from any band. Read full review
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The most impressive thing about this system is how it indexes MP3 CDs, letting you select artist, folder, or album. Read full review
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The stereo has the usual audio settings, but we weren't that impressed by the audio quality. Read full review
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OnStar is installed in the Enclave. With it, you can order various services, such as telephone or navigation. Read full review
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