The redesigned 2021 Buick Envision, imported from China, is lower and wider than the first-generation crossover and features a revamped interior, more safety features, added infotainment options and a premium trim package. The Envision is powered by a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbo engine with 228 hp and 258 pound-feet of torque along with a nine-speed automatic transmission. Here's a roundup of Envision reviews from the automotive media.
"Reworked like the exterior, the quiet cabin is a pleasing place to be. Comfy front thrones. Roomy rear bench. Sculpted dash. Familiar GM steering wheel volume and cruise controls. Taking a page from Corvette — Corvette! — the center console is driver-centric, its big 10.2-inch infotainment screen rotated toward the driver.
Not that you'll confuse the Envision's handling with a 'Vette. The Buick is a Goldilocks ute: not too stiff, not too soft. Just right. Its suspension, 9-speed tranny and 228-horse turbo-4 are plenty peppy without tempting you into stoplight drag races."
-- Henry Payne,The Detroit News