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Buick’s answer to the three-row SUV question is a refined, luxurious, and spacious three-row unibody ute called the Enclave. The Enclave is a bit heavy and the mass can be felt when a quick pass or a freeway merge is necessary, otherwise this Buick goes down the road with silent lucidity.
Engineered in Germany, the Regal offers a solid ride, secure handling, and refined demeanor, and it should impress buyers new to the Buick brand. Base versions get hybridized in the name of fuel economy. The GS is new and gets a 270-hp version of the Turbo’s 220-hp engine.
Every four-cylinder LaCrosse gets eAssist for 2012, which adds an electric motor that allows the gas engine to shut down at stoplights. The motor starts the car and gives a slight acceleration boost. According to GM, fuel economy rises 32 percent in the city and 20 percent on the highway.
The front-drive Lucerne shares its platform with the Cadillac DTS and is a traditional American luxury sedan. Updated infotainment systems and standard stability control are new for 2011. The optional V-8 brings straight-line gusto, but the car’s handling isn’t up to snuff.
Buick’s version of the Chevy Cruze brings quiet luxury, chrome-laden styling, and a powerful 2.4-liter four with 180 horses to the compact segment. A 220-hp turbo 2.0-liter will follow a few months after the debut in the Verano GS. It’ll probably be worth the wait if you’re at all into cars.