The Buick Enclave debuted in 2007, and for 2013 it receives its first big refresh. The changes both inside and out are subtle. Up front is a new, larger waterfall grille. New headlights, fog lights and taillights utilize LED accents. Side skirts are now body colored, and the C-pillar is blacked out and carries a small Buick emblem. Alloy 18-inch wheels are standard, with 19- and 20-inch alloys are available. New colors include Mocha Bronze Metallic, Atlantis Blue Metallic, Titanium Cloth, Champagne Silver Metallic, and Iridium Metallic. Inside, the 2013 Enclave features several refinements, 8-way adjustability for the passenger seat, including a higher quality look and feel to the wood trim, accented dash stitching, and a large LED display across the base of the windshield. An IntelliLink infotainment system with 7-inch touchscreen completes the interior upgrades. A rear vision camera system adds a new realm of safety to the Enclave. Base Enclaves carry a price of $39,270.
Available all-wheel drive; spacious, luxurious interior; ample power; standard safety features
The Buick Enclave is packaged well, so that even as a mid-sized crossover, it will seat up to eight passengers, which pits it against larger SUVs. A subtle redesign for 2013 makes it a fresh choice against the competition from Lexus, Acura and Lincoln, and with a host of standard features, each Enclave model offers buyers a smart, luxurious crossover they can live with for a long time.
Select a 2013 Buick Enclave trim level
Utility 4D Convenience 2WD V6
Utility 4D Convenience AWD V6
Utility 4D Leather 2WD V6
Utility 4D Leather AWD V6
Utility 4D Premium 2WD V6
Utility 4D Premium AWD V6