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If you don’t know about the new and improved Enclave then you don’t know Buick. The all new 2013 Buick Enclave continues to evolve and do the impossible. It has a new front end look that is sleek and sharp. It also has new stunning LED head lamps, new grilles, new rear ends, and a stunning new interior that is warm and inviting as you would expect from a Buick brand.
The 2013 Enclaves interior is the meaning of luxury. With its rich interior colors, ambient blue lighting, and three spacious roles of first class seating, the Buick is nothing less than perfect. The Enclaves new QuietTuning technology also helps create a more comfortable environment giving you a driving experience that you’ve never felt before. The technology features will also help make your trip a lot easier. While driving, the enclave can play your favorite music, initiate hands free calls, and let you choose your internet radio station just by asking.
The Enclave can carry up to eight adults comfortably which is why it is one of the most relaxing vehicles you can sit in. Interested in learning more about the 2013 Buick Enclave? Then stop on by Heritage Chevrolet Buick Owings Mills and talk with one of the sales representatives.
One of the most memorable moments in life are the ones that are unexpected. Introducing the new 2013 Buick Encore, it’s elegant, smooth, and roomier than before. It is sure to bring your life the kind of luxury that you’ve always wanted. With endless possibilities traveling the open roads, technology will become your best companion. Your drive will be easier now, with an available navigation system that will guide you in the right direction, along with Buick’s IntelliLink interactive radio system that will play your favorite tunes provided the soundtrack.
All new to the 2013 Encore is an active noise suppression system that will make your drive quieter. It’s a feature that fends off sound from the engine and road by emitting noise-canceling frequencies through the speakers. The Buick is available in four trim levels: Encore, Convenience, Leather and Premium, achieving an EPA estimate of 25 miles per gallon in city and 33 mpg on the highway (28 mpg combined) in front-wheel drive spec. Whichever trim you decide to pick, you will not be disappointed.
The 2013 Buick Encore delivers great performance and is out to capture the hearts of those who are looking for luxury. Are you looking for luxury? Then the search is over. Visit http://www.heritagechevrolet-buick.com and schedule a test drive soon.
2010 Chevy Cobalt Coupe (37 MPG HWY) starting at 14,990
Priced at just $14,990, the Chevy Cobalt is our pick for “greenest.” If you need inexpensive and efficient this is the car for you. Enjoy a long trip of up to 480 miles on highway with just one single tank of gas! Worried you can’t make it 480 miles without stretching your legs? No worries, there is XM radio, CD, MP3, USB and Bluetooth. Oh, and don’t worry about the long trips, the Cobalt is backed by the best coverage in America, starting with the Chevy 100,000 mile/5-year Powertrain Warranty. If you still need convincing, come in and ask us.
2010 Mazda3 4-Door (33 MPG HWY) starting at $16,045
In this economy, gas mileage is just one thing on everyone’s mind when they purchase a car. Smart purchases mean resale down the road which is why we are proud that the Mazda3 has won the ALG 2010 Residual Value Award. When you buy this car you are guaranteed it will retain a higher percentage of its original price than any of its competitors after a three-year-period. Also, did we forget to mention that the price for this car is only $16,045 to begin with? It’s the stress free car buyer’s dream come true.
2010 Dodge Caliber (31 MPG HWY) starting at $17,090
The Caliber’s got your back at the pump. When it comes to sporty vehicles, it’s reassuring to know hugging turns isn’t burning a hole in your wallet at the pump. Usually great gas mileage means a smaller car and less storage, not in this car. Fold-flat seating and second-row reclining seats make transporting easy. Let’s not exaggerate though, it’s still a “small car;” Dodge just made its storage bigger than others its size. Start packing and get moving.
2010 Jeep Patriot (29 MPG HWY) starting at $18,425
The Patriot boosts more than just its name as Best-in-class EPA estimated 4WD highway MPG; it also wins Five Stars for its side crash tests. Safety and performance make this outdoor scavenger a must for summer travel. Take the family camping in the mountains without worrying about running out of gas on some spooky winding road. If you really want to be green, get the Optic Green Metallic color. If that bright green is too much get the Natural Green Pearl.
2010 Honda Insight (43 MPG HWY) starting at $19,800
The aerodynamic shape helps this car get the highest MPG on this list. The modern and sleek design isn’t the only thing making this new model fly off the lot. Remember, even a hybrid has its roots and this is still a Honda. True to form you will spend as much time in the passing lane as you do not filling up your tank. Make economy a contest, watch your eco meter adjust as you switch into ECON mode then power out of the mode to race away. It’s fun having so much control over your vehicle. Come have some fun!
2010 Chrysler Sebring (30 MPG HWY) starting at $20,860
The slogan says “Make a Long Distance Relationship” and that is exactly what this car develops with its owner. This car is a giver. With the UCONNECT system, Chrysler allows drivers to stay connected to your friends, family or business while in the car. The feature allows passengers to surf the web, check email, play games online, etc through its 3G broadband internet in addition to navigation, phone, and of course satellite radio or your iPod through its “eyes on the road.” Technology, safety, dependability and price make this car a green pick.
2010 Volkswagen Golf TDI (42 MPG HWY) starting at $22,354
When you purchase a Volkswagen you want to own the road. You are creative, different, adventurous, and above all, love your car. You should feel the same way at the pump, why should your car run on standard gasoline, diesel is better for your car and more efficient. Sure you may spend a few bucks more doing so, but when you are getting 42 MPG, filling up doesn’t come very often. Find your new lovable sporty TDI model now, available also for the Jetta, SportWagon, or Touareg.
2010 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Limited (31 MPG HWY) starting at $24,995
The Legacy 2.5i Limited defines style and intelligence. Its attractive leather-trimmed upholstery, standard-equipped advanced frontal airbag system and dual-zone automatic digital climate control make it smart, safe and a fun choice for any driver. Plus, it’s a 2010 IIHS Top Safety Pick. Priced a bit more that others on the list, its right in line with “what you pay for is what you get.” See why Subaru owners are so loyal to this brand. We can tell you but you would have to see and feel it to really believe.
2010 Buick Lacrosse CXS (27 MPG HWY) starting at $33,015
Although the Buick is priced above the other fuel efficient vehicles on this list, it is priced higher for a reason. Its V6 engine, perforated leather appointed 8-way seating, 18” chrome plated wheels and a Harmon/Kardon 11-speaker with USB port should be enough to spell out luxury. It’s made the green list because true to its word, it gets 27 MPG. For a luxurious ride that doesn’t payout at the pump, its love at first site. Step inside and see for yourself.
Buick is down to just three models for 2008. Click here to read about the new Enclave SUV, as well as the LaCrosse and Lucerne sedans.
It was not that long ago that Buick had a huge lineup of cars, all of them similar in their mission and target consumer. For the 2008, there are just three vehicles with Buick badges on them, a sign that the manufacturer is attempting to focus its offerings.
Offered only as a convertible, the Skylark was designed to exude an aura of power and unrestrained elegance, with its low windshield and open wheel wells.
In the early 1950s, Buick dazzled the automotive world with two concept cars, the XP-300 and the LeSabre, low-slung two-seaters that pointed to the future. Inspired by the tremendous reaction to his “dream cars,” Harley Earl conjured up the Skylark to celebrate Buick’s golden anniversary in 1953. The ne plus ultra of the Roadmaster series, it was essentially a handbuilt factory custom.
Buick’s obligatory entry in the SUV/wagon field is the Centieme, French for 100th, in recognition of Buick’s 100th anniversary. The concept vehicle seats six in three rows of seats and features GM’s Versatrak all-wheel drive.
Buick‘s obligatory entry in the SUV/wagon field is the Centieme, French for 100th, in recognition of Buick’s 100th anniversary. The concept vehicle seats six in three rows of seats and features GM’s Versatrak all-wheel drive. A twin-turbocharged 3.6-liter V-6 provides 400 hp; the chassis uses a strut front suspension and an control arm rear setup, with 22-inch wheels and 15-inch brakes. The two-tone leather and suede interior–with woven leather on the floor–is far nicer than that in any current Buick. Word is that the Centieme indicates the direction of the Rendevous replacement, which certainly would be a change for the better.
Buick will showcase its latest concept at the 2008 Beijing show. This near-production sports sedan was jointly developed by GM in China and the U.S.
Buick has taken the design of its Riviera concept, shown in Shanghai last year, and evolved it into a mid-size sedan for the U.S. and China. Designers from both countries worked together with the goal of creating a truly global vehicle that they hope can’t fail.
The Invicta concept gives us a good look at the next Buick LaCrosse. It appears the Chinese have good taste in mid-size sedans.
Amidst the fiscal worries, GM reveals some details of future products.
Although much of today’s announcement focused on its financial woes, GM did manage to reveal some interesting tidbits surrounding its future product plans.
The exterior design is downright voluptuous, which is exactly what a Buick should be.
This vehicle can be described in one word: Isolation. The Enclave is one of the quietest cars I’ve ever been in, and that list includes heavy-hitting luminaries like the Mercedes-Benz S-class and the Bentley Arnage. The lack of outside noise intrusion in this thing – remarkable on its own but doubly so when compared with the Enclave’s platform-sharing Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia siblings – is nothing short of amazing. Expansion joints, construction noise, other cars, semis, anything – most outside noises are so muted and distant that you find yourself going faster than you normally would. Odd. Nice, but odd.