The 2015 Buick Verano may not be much of a sports sedan, but it certainly delivers in comfort. The Verano Buick came to the right. With a true luxury brand like Audi and Mercedes-Benz to be more suited for compact sedans, Buick already has an option that might be even quieter street and richer in regulation. The 2015 Buick Verano certainly not a Cadillac, but not priced as one. Starting in the low $20,000s, 2015 Buick Verano comes equipped with an impressive features, including two-zone automatic climate control, steering-wheel controls, the Bluetooth, USB input and Buick IntelliLink touch-screen interface, including voice controls and Pandora and stitcher applications. A Convenience Group adds heated side mirrors, an auto-dimming mirror, heated front seats, rear parking assist, and a Group Leather adds power driver seat, Bose surround sound audio, push-button keyless start, leather and reward Upholstery. Everything comes standard on the Turbo.
A heated steering wheel and nav system is one of the few options, and 2015 Buick Verano fully loaded priced well under $ 30,000, while the price of Turbo starts. Jared with premium features and a refined attitude that belies its mid-market price tag, 2015 Buick Verano carries over largely unchanged during the model year 2015. There is an accessible style pack for the upper trim models, OnStar now includes 4G LTE network with the ability to create an WiFi network at in the car, and the manual transmission has been dropped. Interior appointments are worthy of being compared to those of any luxury car this size. The 2015 Buick Verano front-wheel-drive layout gives Verano a very spacious interior. Front seats are excellent, and all day to support a wide range of drivers, and plenty of seat travel and headroom for most drivers. Seats contoured adults, and; just something that calls Verano out as a compact is the need to compromise legroom between front to rear, if there are several occupants Banky riding at the same time. Trunk space is large seatbacks and good deeds, and rear fold nearly flat, with a recovery.
A 180-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine is standard on the 2015 Buick Veranoo. Quick in any way, it is capable 0-60 Mph times of about 8.6 seconds but front-driver feels a little eager, thanks to a responsive six-speed automatic and the overall level of refinement that easily among the best in its part, if not better. The Turbo 250 horsepower of the changes were mild or car, lifting its lukewarm water into something more interesting. Its speed is 0-60 Mph times of 6.2 seconds, and top holes up to about 129 Mph, and almost no perception of lag or audible changes from the engine bay. There is a transmission issue is available, but not common on the lot. Crash-test ratings from the NHTSA come in at five stars overall, but Verano rates on longer as i pick IHS Online Safety, because they have not under the new small-overlap crash test. Equipment-wise, it’s all here: ten airbags standard, electronic stability control, and braking anti-lock and brake assist, and OnStar Automatic Crash Response. Rear parking assist is available, and the standard rearview camera; Turbos have a blind-spot monitors and standard
2015 Buick Verano Interior
The 2015 Buick Verano look of the swoopy and great for a weekend, with a beautiful two-tone themes and high sill that wraps around from the top all the way through the doors in the far front of the top of the dash. Door trim carries through the broad ISRCs the dash, and a matte-metallic trim looks classy, not garish, here. Small windows at the front of the doors that front too fit stylistically, and help with the appearance of the,. The break in the external styling and interior are often Verano more like a car than, or more than Cruz. It’s all in the details well conceived that underplay to the long roofline Verano. The Grill and the headlamps are atypically small for GM as of late, but still clean and faired Verano of sculpted nose. It’s just look handsome general enough to woo new buyers of Commons.
There are more bright metallic trim here than necessary, given that these days, when even German cars are applying liberal doses. Spotting 2015 Buick Verano Turbo will mean hunting down its two pipes and a small spoiler trunklid. No inserts mesh grill are used, there is no Faux carbon fiber is peeled or stuck to it. It is against this kind – but refreshing, if you have to lose yourself in the parking lot of pimped-alike R or M or Q cars.
2015 Buick Verano Engine
Instead of a 1.4-liter four-cylinder related Cruz, the foundation 2015 Buick Verano ups migration under the hood to 2.4 liters. They Its four-cylinder turns in 180 horsepower and, through the automatic transmission and six-speed, runs an estimated 0-60 Mph time of 8.6 seconds. That’s slightly faster than Cruz would be killed, and almost on par with the other normally aspirated premium compact, the Acura ILX. Our tests, we’ve had to push the in-line four persevere through the lower Rev. list; comes to life actually just about 4000 rpm. The automatic is not doubt, but shifting it by means putting a hand to the shift lever – the Verano is not offered with shift paddles. Again, the hand is almost counter-intuitive, of course , Buick Verano is so quiet, remote engine noise, and perceptions of speed seem remote. Manual transmission offered as an option on the 2015 Buick Verano good returns, but you’ll have to look long and this one on a showroom.
The Verano Turbo pitches more solid game at some compacts turbocharged we’ve driven, the Mercedes UCLA and Audi A3. With downsized displacement to 2.0 liters and augmented with Blower, Verano’s Turbo boosted to 250 horsepower and torque peak of 260 pound feet, is available from 1,700 rpm a useful 5,500 rpm. There is not a growl or whistle to let that spooling up to full pressure, but Verano Turbo can reel off 60 Mph runs in 6.2 seconds or less. The speed of the tire is only 129 Mph, gas mileage by the hands of a mile per gallon. It is clearly a different, and more enjoyable, the animal from the base powertrain.
2015 Buick Verano Safety
The 2015 Buick Verano brings all the right safety equipment to the game, and the solid crash test ratings from the agencies to assess the safety car. The 2015 Buick Verano has a standard OnStar with Automatic Crash Response, and the new opt-in service called FamilyLink allows parents to see where their young drivers all the time. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IHS) has returned all get good scores Verano last year. However, not it has done little overlap crash test of the 2015 Buick Verano yet, which means the compact Buick sedan no longer qualify for the best Top Safety Pick and Top Safety Pick ratings.