Buick Updates All Models for 2014

While there were no complete redesigns in the for the 2014 model year, Buick has put a few updates into all of its products this time around. Here is a quick rundown of any new features customers may encounter in some of the 2014 Buick models.


The best selling of Buick's full size crossovers, the 2014 Enclave features upscale interiors, decent power, quiet running, and enough room for seven or eight passengers to be comfortable. The Enclave is still offered with front- or four-wheel-drive in three trim levels: the Convenience group, Leather group, and the top-of-the-line Premium group. For 2014, there are only a few changes to the Enclave. All models get an additional pair of charge-only USB ports, and the Premium trim level gets forward collision alert and lane departure warning systems.


At nearly the opposite end of the class spectrum, the compact Encore is perfect for customers looking for a small utility vehicle to drive in crowded urban areas. Even the base package of the Encore comes with Buick's IntelliLink touch screen interface and a rearview camera, proof that good things can indeed come in small packages. For 2014, the Encore receives and optional blind spot monitoring system and rear cross-traffic alerts.


The largest of Buick's sedans, the LaCrosse is also Buick's premiere roomy, easy riding full size sedan. For 2014, the La Crosse gets a redesigned front fascia enhanced by LED headlight liners, optional bi-Xenon headlamps, and brighter LED taillamps. The interior has also been extensively redesigned, with new instrumentation, higher grade materials, new seats, and a new Ultra Luxury trim package option.

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