2017 Buick Enclave
2017 Buick Enclave is a large SUV crossover launched in 2007. The Enclave, GMC Acadia, and Chevrolet Traverse share a Lambda GM platform. The Buick Enclave was seen at the 2006 North American International Motor Show, officially a concept car, becoming the first Lambda vehicle to be exhibited. The 2018 Enclave is partially based on the Buick Centieme concept shown at the Detroit Auto Show.
Buick unveiled the second-generation Enclave at Pier 59 Studios at the 2017 New York Auto Show. With the introduction of the Buick Envision midsize in 2016 and the launch of the Buick Regal TourX Opel Insignia, the next generation of Enclave moved to the luxury market, competing with the Volvo XC90, the Infiniti QX60, and Acura MDX crossover Premium SUV Market. Buick Enclave 2017 replaced the Buick SUVs, the Rendezvous-based van, and the Rainier truck, as well as the Terrace van.The Enclave was the most affordable mid-size SUV in the US and World Ranking. The second-generation Enclave is expected to be officially unveiled at the 2017 New York Motor Show.
Long wheelbase version C1xx GM shares the same platform with the Chevrolet Traverse, the second generation of the enclave away from the egg-shaped design, but retains some elements of the previous generation, showing a smoother simplified appearance, A lower roofline and the introduction of Evonik exterior acrylic exterior lighting flanking the new three-dimensional Trick grid with chrome wings. The second generation enclave will come in the standard before or available with the intelligent AWD with the rear-clutch drive with dual differential active, which will complement your first all-drive switchable drive system. There will be three level finishes, including a new top of the premium sub-series Future when it goes on sale in the fall of 2017.
2017 Buick Enclave Features
The Enclave has a seven-passenger seat, with an optional second-row seat instead of the two standard captain’s chairs that increase the seat to eight. It comes standard with a front-wheel drive with four-wheel drive option. The 2017 Buick Enclave is often rented for its extensive cargo space while retaining the relatively dynamic nature of the non-fibrous construction on the body in conventional chassis. It is also recommended to be one of the quietest vehicles available for sale in the United States as well as for the quality of the interior.
In its first year of production, the Enclave has often been criticized for its 6-speed transmission, which “hesitated to slow down”. For 2009, however, the powertrain is considered more competent with a more abundant torque. For all its production, it was considered too heavy, weighing nearly 5,000 pounds (2,300 kilograms) with all-wheel drive. Buick VentiPorts reappeared in the introduction to the Enclave, a unique Buick style feature dating back to 1949.
2017 Buick Enclave Engine
The 2017 Enclave shares powertrains with its Lambda brothers. For its first year of production, the Enclave was powered by a 205 kW (205 kW) high performance 3.6L V6 engine coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission. For the 2009 model, an improved power increase for spark ignition with direct injection 3.6 L V6 is now 288 hp (215 kW) and 370 Nm (377 N.m) standard torque (also standard on other Lambdas 2009). This latest direct injection engine offers a wider torque curve and saves fuel at 17 mpg-US (14 mpg-imp) / 24 mpg-US (9.8 l / 100 km, For the FWD and 16 mpg-US models (15 L / 100 km, 19 mpg-imp) / 22 mpg-US (11 L / 100 km, 26 mpg-imp) for the 2017 Buick Enclave AWD models, New US Environmental Protection Estimate.