2011 Buick Enclave Values

Select a 2011 Buick Enclave trim level

2011 model year changes

Buick's Enclave crossover SUV carries into 2011 with minimal changes.

Competitive comparison

Smooth, responsive powertrain; roomy interior; smooth ride; safety

Special features for 2011

One of the Enclave's strengths is that it's sized closer to a mid-size SUV, yet its interior makes excellent use of the space so that it can accommodate up to eight passengers, rivaling some full-size SUVs. Factor in a controlled ride and crisp, car-like handling, an extensive list of standard features and top-notch safety and the Enclave is an alternative family-mover that deserves a look.



Earning many accolades since 2008, the 2011 Buick Enclave continues to offer the features of a premium full-size crossover without the premium price. Offered in CX and CXL trim levels, all Enclaves are powered by GM's high-feature 3.6-liter direct-injection 288-hp V6 linked to a 6-speed automatic transmission powering available intelligent all-wheel drive. EPA estimates are 17/24 city/hwy in the front-wheel drive trim. A first-class interior for 7-passengers features leather with French seam stitching, genuine walnut burl wood, upgraded audio, NAV, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. Outside, a signature waterfall grille, Buick portholes, chrome wheels, adaptive Xenon headlamps and a rear backup camera adorn the Enclave. With premium features, rich content and excellent capability, the 2011 Buick Enclave competes well with Lexus RX350 and Lincoln MKX.