Buick expands Avenir subbrand to LaCrosse sedanNov. 8
Buick prices redesigned Enclave starting at $40,970June 9
Buick Enclave slims down, adds Avenir subbrand to pad profitsApril 11
The Buick Enclave, after a first generation that lasted a decade, drops nearly 400 pounds for 2018 while gaining cargo space and improved fuel economy. The redesigned Enclave marks the debut of Avenir, a subbrand aimed at making Buick more of a luxury player while padding profits with upscale features such as an in-vehicle ionizer.
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Buick Enclave grows more muscular for 2018Feb. 21
The redesigned 2018 Buick Enclave will be sleeker and more muscular than the current version, spy photos shot in the Detroit area indicate. The exterior of the large crossover is less rigid and bulbous than the first generation and features Buick’s new signature styling that debuted on the popular Avenir concept sedan at the 2015 Detroit auto show.
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GM offers debit cards to owners of crossovers with inflated mpg ratingsMay 20, 2016
General Motors will offer owners of 2016 Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave crossovers debit cards worth $450 to $1,500 to compensate them for buying the vehicles with inflated fuel-economy estimates.
GM to compensate crossover buyers for mpg errorMay 18, 2016
General Motors is hashing out a plan to compensate nearly 170,000 owners of 2016 model large crossovers purchased with window stickers that overstated their fuel economy, just as the first lawsuit over the matter was filed in federal court.
AutoNews Now: GM halts crossovers to fix MPG labelsMay 13, 2016
GM grounds large '16 crossovers with overstated EPA mileage labelsMay 13, 2016
General Motors instructed dealers to stop selling about 60,000 Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave large crossovers as the company scrambles to replace incorrect EPA labels that overstate the 2016 vehicles' fuel-economy ratings.