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2012 - 2015 Buick Verano

Just a few days before the official debut at the Detroit Auto Show, Buick has decided it was time to uncover the 2012 Verano. This new compact luxury sedan is the third model Buick has revealed in the past two years. It will go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2011, with its sights set on competing with the Lexus IS 250 and the Audi A3 .

The 2012 Buick Verano has a refined styling with a sporty profile, luxurious interior, and a powerful and efficient engine. "Verano expands our lineup, continues Buick’s momentum and gives us a great opportunity to attract a new generation of customers with a product that delivers on their expectations for design, performance and technology," said John Schwegman, vice president of Buick marketing. "It is a smart choice that delivers unexpected luxury in a compact sedan – and it will compete head-to-head with competitors from Audi and Lexus."

Updated 06/06/2014: Buick announced today details on the 2015 Verano which offers a series of modest updates, including a new exterior color, new Appearance package, some minor interior updates and OnStar 4G LTE system. Also, the six-speed manual option was dropped.

Hit the jump to read more about the 2012 Buick Verano.

Exterior

The 2012 Verano combines design elements from the Enclave , LaCrosse , and Regal to get a bold, detailed black chrome waterfall grille, prominent blue translucent projector beam headlamps, portholes, chrome accents, premium wheels, and a tailored body-to-wheel relationship. It will be offered with 17" multi-spoke forged alloy wheels as standard, but 18" will also be offered as an option.

Being a luxury sedan, we expected it to feature a comfortable interior with premium soft-touch materials, and that is just what we got. The instrument panel blends with an integrated center stack that houses the infotainment display, climate controls, and radio controls. For the seating, Buick Buick is offering leatherette/fabric seating surfaces, while ebony, cashmere, and a unique Choccachino color are offered on the available leather-trimmed interiors.

New For 2015

  • Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic exterior paint
  • Appearance package featuring a spoiler, accessory grille and exterior paint color Desert Dusk Metallic

Interior

New For 2015

  • updated IntelliLink infotainment system with Text Messaging Alerts and Siri Eyes Free compatibility
  • OnStar 4G LTE with a Wi-Fi hotspot

The Engine

Buick Verano

When it goes on sale, the 2012 Verano will be offered with an Ecotec 2.4 liter four-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 177 HP and 170 lb.-ft. torque. This engine will sprint the car from 0 to 60 mph in 8 seconds and delivers a fuel economy of 31 mpg on the highway. The engine is matched with a six-speed automatic transmission.

Buick also announced that a 2.0 liter turbo engine will be offered at a later date.

Type2.4L DOHC 4-cylinder engine2.0-liter turbocharged Ecotec four-cylinder
Horsepower180 HP @ 6,700 rpm250 HP @ 5,300 rpm
Torque171 LBS-FT @ 4,900 rpm260 LBS-FT @ 2,000 rpm
Transmissionsix-speed automaticsix-speed automatic

Pricing

The 2012 Buick Verano will go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2011. Official pricing for the Verano starts from $23,470, including $885 in destination charges.

The Competition

As Buick has officially stated, the 2012 Verano will serve as a competitor for the Lexus IS 250 and Audi A3, although we can’t really see how it will do so successfully. The Lexus IS Lexus IS 250 is powered by a 2.5-liter V6 engine that delivers 204 HP at 6,400 RPM and 185 lb.-ft. of peak torque at 4,800 rpm, which is blatantly better than the 177hp produced by the Buick. As far as luxury goes, the Verano has been updated to include better materials, but we’re just not sold on the fact that it will be able to match up to the Lexus standard. What the Buick does have that the Lexus Lexus doesn’t is the cheaper price tag, but that price has yet to be confirmed. The Lexus IS250 starts at $32,145.

The Audi A3’s price is a little closer to that of the Buick as it starts at $27,745. It is offered with both diesel and petrol engines. The groundbreaking 2.0 liter TDI clean diesel engine delivers 140hp and 236 lb-ft. of torque, while the 2.0 TFSI delivers 200hp and 207 lb-ft. of torque. So with one faster and one slower than the Verano, the choice is left to the customer. Even US residents will get their opportunity to choose since Audi plans to bring the A3 sedan to the US market.

Conclusion

LOVE IT
  • sporty profile and luxury interior
  • efficient Ecotec engine
  • great fuel economy
LEAVE IT
  • quite slow for a luxury sedan
  • only one engine option
  • no manual transmission offered

Press release

The all-new 2012 Buick Verano compact luxury sedan, the brand’s third new model in the past two years and first in the compact luxury segment, will be revealed at the North American International Auto Show.

Verano goes on sale in the fourth quarter of 2011, the latest model in a product renaissance that began with the Enclave and continued with the LaCrosse and Regal. Like them, Verano is distinguished by luxury and technology, including 10 standard air bags, an available heated steering wheel and a next-generation radio system with OnStar-powered connectivity that enables seamless communication between the Verano and the driver’s smart phone.

An Ecotec 2.4L and six-speed automatic powertrain combination is standard and delivers an estimated 177 horsepower (132 kW) and 170 lb.-ft. torque (230 Nm), 0-60 mph performance of 8.0 seconds and an estimated 31 mpg on the highway. A 2.0L turbo engine will be offered in the future.

“Verano expands our lineup, continues Buick’s momentum and gives us a great opportunity to attract a new generation of customers with a product that delivers on their expectations for design, performance and technology,” said John Schwegman, vice president of Buick marketing. “It is a smart choice that delivers unexpected luxury in a compact sedan – and it will compete head-to-head with competitors from Audi and Lexus.”

Five elements infused in Verano that define its character:

  • Sculpted design – Refined styling with a sporty profile, blending Buick’s signature cues – including a black chrome waterfall grille, blue translucent projector beam headlamps, portholes and chrome accents
  • Luxurious interior – Premium seat comfort and support redefined for a compact sedan and matched with upscale, soft-touch materials and premium leather – all complemented by leading-edge infotainment and ambient lighting
  • Quiet tuning – The quietest compact sedan on the road – quieter than many midsize and full-size cars – Verano’s quietness is supported by acoustical laminated glass, triple door seals, refined chassis dynamics and specially manufactured 17-inch standard forged alloy multi-spoke wheels, which minimize road noise
  • Refined and responsive performance – Powerful and efficient Ecotec 2.4L/six-speed automatic powertrain matched with a refined, responsive suspension system, including a sophisticated Watts Z-link rear suspension and four-wheel disc brakes with standard anti-lock brakes, full-function traction control and StabiliTrak electronic stability control
  • Purposeful technology – Convenience and safety features that enhance the driving experience and are rare for the segment, including 10 standard air bags, a next-generation radio, touch screen navigation and advanced connectivity technologies powered by OnStar.

 

Sculpted design

Buick Verano

Verano carries the modern Buick design cues introduced on the Enclave and interpreted for the LaCrosse and Regal. They include a bold, detailed black chrome waterfall grille, prominent blue translucent projector beam headlamps, portholes, chrome accents, premium wheels and a tailored body-to-wheel relationship. An arching roofline connects a steeply raked windshield and fast-sloping rear pillars to give the car a sporty profile that’s complemented by large, 17-inch standard multi-spoke forged alloy sterling silver-finish wheels. Two premium 18-inch wheel designs are available.

“Verano translates Buick’s sculptural design language in a new size, with all the refinement and attention to detail pioneered by the Enclave and LaCrosse,” said Dave Lyon, design director. “Beyond all that, it’s simply a great-looking car. It has great proportions and sophisticated details that will look great for years to come.”

Unique to Verano are translucent blue projector-beam headlamps, which give the car a distinctive, upscale appearance. A palette of rich colors enhances the premium look, including Claret Red Tintcoat and White Diamond Tricoat. Other exterior color choices include Black, Olympic White, Switchblade Silver Metallic, Cyber Gray Metallic and Mocha Bronze Metallic.

Luxurious interior

Buick Verano

Complementing Verano’s precisely crafted, premium-accented exterior is an interior marked by exceptional seat comfort and support, as well as premium soft-touch materials, including ambient lighting inspired by the LaCrosse. Metallic and wood trims and warm ambient lighting make the cabin an inviting environment.

Neutral and medium titanium colors are offered on interiors with leatherette/fabric seating surfaces, while ebony, cashmere and a unique Choccachino color are offered on the available leather-trimmed interiors. Verano uses the same premium leather material for the seats that is used on the LaCrosse.

The instrument panel blends with an integrated center stack that houses the infotainment display, climate controls and radio controls. Flush-mounted components within the center stack have a gap tolerance of less than 1 mm, while the instrument panel-to-door panel gaps are less than 5 mm. Those tolerances are among the best in class.

Verano’s headliner cover is made of a knit material that is one of five layers of an acoustically designed headliner to help quiet the passenger compartment. The interior pillar and other moldings are color- and grain-matched to the headliner.

Additional interior standard and available features include:

  • Push-button engine start
  • Dual-zone climate control with standard air conditioning (automatic climate control available)
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Heated leather-appointed seating
  • Electronic parking brake
  • Console armrest that slides and locks
  • Power windows with express up/down in the front and express down in the rear
  • Steering wheel radio controls
  • Uplevel front and rear reading lamps.

Verano’s heated steering wheel and heated seats are linked with the remote start feature. In temperatures lower than 45 F (7 C), the steering wheel heater and seat heaters automatically activate.

Quiet tuning

Buick Verano

Verano delivers the library-quiet driving experience for which Buicks have become known. Quiet-tuning systems, processes and components are built into every facet of the vehicle’s architecture. All are designed to block or absorb sound and dampen or eliminate vibrations.

Hydraulic ride bushings, for example, and an isolated engine cradle reduce or eliminate vibration pathways that could be transmitted to the passenger compartment. Similarly, a number of noise-reducing and noise-cancelling technologies are employed throughout the body structure, including:

  • The steel front-of-dash panel is sandwiched between two damping mats
  • Nylon baffles are used in various hollow portions of the body structure and filled with sound-absorbing foam that expands when the body enters the paint oven
  • The headliner comprises five layers of thermal fiber acoustic material, including a premium woven fabric on the visible outer layer
  • Patches of sound-damping material are applied strategically throughout the body structure and melt into place when the body passes through the paint oven, allowing the patches to follow the contours of the sheet metal below
  • Sound insulation material between rear-body structural components that is made from recycled denim
  • Triple-sealed doors that feature fiberglass “blankets” serve as water, airflow and noise barriers. The doors are also beta-braced, meaning they close with a solid, precise sound and no resonance
  • Optimized windshield and side glass for quietness, with 5.4-mm-thick laminated windshield and 4.85-mm laminated side glass
  • The engine’s intake and exhaust systems are tuned for quiet performance
  • Isolated brake and fuel lines prevent vibrations.

Even the wheels and tires contribute to Verano’s quietness. The standard 17-inch aluminum wheels are manufactured in a unique way to enhance quietness, while the tires minimize road noise.

Refined and responsive performance

Buick Verano

A power-dense Ecotec 2.4L four-cylinder, with dual-overhead camshafts, variable valve timing and E85 capability, is the standard engine in the Verano. It produces an estimated 177 horsepower (132 kW) and 170 lb.-ft. of torque (230 Nm). Direct injection technology helps it produce more power with less fuel and lower emissions – including up to 25-percent reduced hydrocarbon emissions when compared with a multi-point fuel injection engine. The engine is matched with a six-speed automatic transmission that helps the Verano deliver an estimated 31 mpg on the highway. Electric power steering and a more efficient transmission design help optimize fuel economy.

The front suspension uses decoupled MacPherson struts for better isolation, providing greater separation of extreme road conditions – large potholes, for example – from everyday driving conditions. At the rear, a technically advanced Watts Z-link design helps center the rear axle during cornering, which helps keep the Verano’s handling responses symmetrical on both left-hand and right-hand turns. The linkage’s capability to center the axle during cornering delivers a more-balanced driving experience because the rear suspension better follows the lead of the front suspension.

 The Z-link design is also lighter and requires less space than a typical fully independent rear suspension. The lower weight contributes to Verano’s fuel economy, while the compact design enables more trunk space.

Steering inputs are executed by an electric power steering system, featuring a dual-pinion rack. Electric powering steering helps save fuel because it removes the conventional power steering pump from the engine’s driven accessories. Engineers tuned the speed-sensitive system to provide quick, direct reaction to steering actions and a strong on-center feel. The system has a ratio of 15.5:1 and requires only slightly more than two turns, lock to lock.

Stopping power is handled by a four-wheel disc brake system with standard anti-lock and electronic brake force distribution, as well as StabiliTrak electronic stability control with traction control.

Purposeful technology

Buick Verano

Comprehensive connectivity is enabled by OnStar’s remote vehicle access, which makes keeping tabs on the vehicle a breeze from anywhere with a smart phone. Highlights include:

  • Passive entry
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Touch screen navigation system
  • Bluetooth connectivity (both phone and audio)
  • XM Satellite Radio
  • Bose sound system
  • Next-generation radio.

Downloading an OnStar app enables the use of remote vehicle features from anywhere in the world. With a few taps, customers can check the:

  • Fuel tank level and range
  • Fuel mileage
  • Remaining oil life
  • Tire pressure
  • Odometer reading.

Other remote-access features include remote vehicle locking/unlocking, remote vehicle start and a vehicle locator.

The next-generation radio system includes a navigation system, along with USB and auxiliary input jacks, and includes full Bluetooth with streaming audio, structural speech recognition, SMS texts and more. Additional connectivity features include text-to-speech conversion of SMS texts, smart phone app integration (Pandora, Stitcher, etc.) and Gracenote music organization for external devices (USB drives, etc.), including Playlist Plus and Album Art features.

Safety is another component in Verano’s technology story. Primary features include:

  • Ten standard air bags, including frontal, head curtain side air bags, front and outboard rear-seat side-impact air bags and new knee air bags. The head-curtain side air bags deploy in a rollover crash
  • StabiliTrak electronic stability control, traction control and anti-lock brakes
  • Collapsible pedal system, which allows the pedals to detach during a crash to reduce the risk of leg or ankle injuries
  • OnStar with Automatic Crash Response.

Verano has a strong, unitized body structure that incorporates 60-percent high-strength steel in key areas to enhance strength and crash protection. It is used to help prevent intrusion into the passenger compartment. Safety development included testing at GM’s rollover test facility.

Press Release

Buick Verano is distinguished by thoughtful design, meticulous attention to detail, sculpted Buick brand cues and advanced interior acoustics, including Buick’s trademark QuietTuning – a combination that is winning over a new generation of customers.

Buick Verano

It delivers a premium level of equipment for the segment, such as a standard rearview camera, available heated steering wheel and soft-touch interior surfaces with world-class fit and finish. Those attributes have been recognized through awards and accolades such as Kelly Blue Book’s 2014 5-Year Cost to Own Award (entry-level luxury car segment), and it was named a Consumer Guide Best Buy for 2014.

For 2015, OnStar with 4G LTE and standard built-in Wi-Fi hotspot enhances Verano’s connectivity, providing a mobile hub for drivers and passengers to stay connected. The hotspot is on whenever the car is on and comes with a three-month/three-gigabyte data trial.

The 2015 Verano is available in four models: the generously equipped Verano (1SD) and Convenience (1SG), along with Leather (1SL) and Verano Turbo (1ST). Starting with the Convenience group, side blind zone alert and rear cross-traffic alert crash-avoidance technologies are standard safety features, with forward collision alert and lane departure warning, enhancing the roster of crash-avoidance technologies.

Buick Verano

A new exterior color is offered for 2015: Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic; and a new appearance package is available for all models except the Turbo. It includes a rear spoiler and a silver/bright chrome grille.

Experience Buick Protection on all 2015 Buick models includes two years/24,000 miles of scheduled maintenance, including oil changes, oil filter changes and tire rotations. It complements Buick’s four-year/50,000-mile bumper-to-bumper limited warranty and six-year/70,000-mile powertrain limited warranty.

Design and exterior features
Verano sports the Buick design cues pioneered on the Enclave and carried through on Buick’s other sedans. An arching roofline connects a steeply raked windshield and fast-sloping rear pillars to give the car a sporty and elegant profile.

Strokes of chrome accent the car, along with signature features such as a black chrome waterfall grille and portholes. Blue translucent rings around the projector beam headlamp and chrome exhaust tip (dual exhaust outlets on 1ST) add to the sophistication and attention to detail. Heated outside mirrors are standard on 1SG, 1SL and 1ST and activate automatically with the remote starting feature at temperatures below 45 degrees F (7 C).

Buick Verano

Exterior colors include Summit White, Quicksilver Metallic, Mocha Bronze Metallic, Smoky Gray Metallic and Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic, along with premium colors Crystal Red Tintcoat, White Diamond Tricoat and Carbon Black Metallic (each available for an additional charge).

Interior style, comfort and refinement
Verano’s interior is marked by exceptional seat comfort and support, as well as premium, soft-touch materials. Metallic and wood trim accents and warm ambient lighting make the cabin an inviting environment.

Neutral and medium titanium colors are offered on interiors with leatherette/fabric seating surfaces, while Ebony and Cashmere colors are offered on the available leather interiors.

Additional interior standard and available features include:

Push-button engine start
Dual-zone automatic climate control is standard
Heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel
Six-way power driver’s seat
Heated and leather-appointed seating – including heated cloth seats standard on 1SG
Available comfort package for 1SD includes power driver’s seat and heated front seats
Electronic parking brake
Console armrest that slides and locks
Power windows with driver’s express up/down and express down in the rear (1SL and 1ST models are equipped with a front passenger express-up feature)
Steering wheel radio controls
Heated outside rearview mirrors and self-dimming inside rearview mirrors
Uplevel front and rear reading lamps.

Buick Verano

Buick’s exclusive QuietTuning is designed to block or absorb sound and dampen or eliminate vibrations. It is included in every facet of the Verano’s architecture to make it the quietest compact sedan on the road and quieter than many midsize and full-size cars.

Verano’s quiet cabin is supported with numerous features including acoustical laminated glass, triple door seals and refined chassis dynamics.

IntelliLink and OnStar with 4G LTE
Verano’s IntelliLink system is standard on all models and gives customers the best of both worlds when it comes to infotainment. It provides easy, intuitive operation of basic functions, yet it is also highly customizable and capable of linking up to 10 devices such as smartphones, SD cards and MP3 players, giving users more ways of staying connected.

Enhanced connectivity and convenience include a new Text Messaging Alerts feature for smartphone users with Bluetooth profile (M.A.P.), which reads incoming texts through the vehicle’s speakers, and Siri Eyes Free for iPhone iOS 6 and iOS 7 users to enhance connectivity and convenience. Each enables voice-controlled connectivity, to help keep phones safely stowed and hands on the wheel.

Buick Verano

In addition to icons covering everything from navigation to phone to music apps such as Pandora, IntelliLink is designed to accommodate new features and enhancements and be highly customizable. Its seven-inch-diagonal screen also serves as the display for the standard rearview camera system and available navigation system, as well as the controller for Verano’s audio system.

Complementing IntelliLink to enhance Verano’s connectivity is new OnStar with 4G LTE and standard built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. It provides a mobile hub for drivers and passengers to stay connected. The hotspot is on whenever the vehicle is on and comes with a three-month/three-gigabyte data trial, after which the customer can purchase additional data.

4G LTE is the most current and fastest mobile data network – 10 times faster than 3G and 100 times faster than the previous generation of OnStar hardware. And with OnStar, it also offers stronger, broader coverage than smartphones on the same network and it’s easy to use: If the vehicle is on, the connection is on.

At the time of purchase, six months OnStar Directions and Connections includes all of OnStar’s advisor-based safety and security features, including Automatic Crash Response and Stolen Vehicle Assistance, as well as Turn-by-Turn navigation.

Five years of OnStar Basic Plan includes RemoteLink Key Fob Services, allowing owners to remotely start and lock/unlock a car, and activate the horn and lights from anywhere with a data connection. It also includes OnStar Vehicle Diagnostics which runs monthly checks of a vehicle’s engine, transmission, anti-lock brakes and more, and Dealer Maintenance Notification, which sends a diagnostic report directly to a preferred dealer to simplify service scheduling.

Powertrains and performance
Verano is equipped with a choice of two four-cylinder engines: a standard Ecotec 2.4L and an available Ecotec 2.0L turbo.

The Ecotec 2.0L turbo delivers 250 horsepower (187 kW) and 260 lb-ft of torque (353 Nm), providing on-demand power comparable to a V-6, but with the efficiency of a four-cylinder – and tuned to deliver unique performance, efficiency and quietness. Its development applied the best practices of technical centers in Europe and North America.

The Verano Turbo’s performance is matched with efficiency. It achieves EPA-estimated fuel economy of 21 city and 30 highway.

Verano’s standard Ecotec 2.4L with direct-injection, dual-overhead camshafts and variable valve timing delivers responsive performance. Rated at 180 horsepower (134 kW) and 171 lb-ft of torque (232 Nm), it helps provide EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 32 mpg.

The Ecotec 2.4L is designed with features that reduce noise and improve its durability. Each piston has its own directed jet that sprays oil toward its skirt, coating its underside and the cylinder wall with an additional layer of lubricant. The extra lubrication cools the pistons, reducing friction and operational noise.

A fuel-saving, six-speed automatic transmission with Driver Shift Control is matched with each engine.

Chassis and suspension
Verano’s refined, responsive suspension system includes decoupled MacPherson struts in the front that provide greater separation of extreme road conditions – large potholes, for example – from everyday driving conditions.

A technically advanced Watts Z-link design helps center the rear axle during cornering, which helps keep the Verano’s handling responses symmetrical on both left-hand and right-hand turns. The linkage’s capability to center the axle during cornering delivers a more-balanced driving experience because the rear suspension better follows the lead of the front suspension.

The Z-link design is also lighter and requires less space than a typical fully independent rear suspension. The lower weight contributes to Verano’s fuel economy, while the compact design enables more trunk space.

Steering inputs are executed by a fuel-saving electric power steering system, featuring a dual-pinion rack, while stopping power is handled by standard four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock and Panic Brake Assist, develops additional brake pressure when an emergency braking situation is detected.

Verano also is equipped with GM’s enhanced smart pedal brake override technology, which helps prevent unintended acceleration by reducing engine power when the brake and accelerator are depressed at the same time.

Safety and security
Verano employs radar- and camera-based safety features with carefully developed directional alerts that help drivers quickly identify potential crash situations so they can react.

Side blind zone alert and rear cross-traffic alert (standard on 1SG, 1SL and 1ST) helps avoid collisions by using radar to monitor areas the driver may not be able to see and provide alerts. Forward collision alert and lane departure warning use cameras to detect possible crash situations and alert the driver.

A rearview camera system is standard, with the display in the IntelliLink seven-inch color screen. Verano’s other primary safety, crash-avoidance and post-crash features include:

Ten standard air bags, including frontal, head curtain side air bags, front and outboard rear-seat side-impact air bags and knee air bags
Pretensioners minimize forward movement during a collision, and are standard on the front safety belts. Load-limiting retractors cinch the belt more tightly
StabiliTrak electronic stability control system helps reduce the risk of rollover crashes by keeping the vehicle in the driver’s intended path by applying throttle, braking or a combination of both
Collapsible pedal system, which allows the pedals to detach during a crash to reduce the risk of leg or ankle injuries
Four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with panic brake assist
GM’s enhanced smart pedal brake override feature reduces engine power when the brake and accelerator are depressed at the same time, to help reduce unintended acceleration
Available rear park assist.

Buick Verano

Verano also features a strong, unitized body structure incorporating 60-percent high-strength steel in key areas to enhance strength and crash protection by helping to prevent intrusion into the passenger compartment.




28 comments:

I think this would be the most legitimate luxury car ever made by Buick. It is because of its powerful engine, stylish interior and stunning exterior detailing.

I think coming up with a new name was a good idea by Buick. This thing’s target market probably does not care about Buick’s heritage, as it may bring up bad memories of old people driving 20 in 35 MPH zones.

I’m so impressed with the dressed-up interior of this Verano, and it truly looks very luxury and comfortable on that. Moreover, I can’t see any reason why they should hate this vehicle except on its weak engine.

For some reason, I’m not so impressed with its exterior detailing but when it comes into its interior, I must say that I totally love it. smiley The color touch that they used on it is looks so classy on this vehicle.

This official debut gives break to Buick Verano. Prior to interior design its color combination nice and blended definitely exotic design.

The body painted that they used on this Verano seems to bore but when it comes from its interior, it is really a winner for me. It looks so ventilated and peaceful which I really love in a car.

I love the luxury interior of this Buick Verano and the color of its interior is really suited for it but I must say that me either is not impress with the exterior style of this Verano.

It seems so ordinary for me, the platform design is very simple and sorry to say Buick but I can’t find the luxury interior that the article is talking about.

It looks luxurious inside and outside, but I’m not impressed with the speed of the car. I think, much better if they allow the buyer to personalize the car because nowadays, most of Sedans are into personalization.

Buick 2012 based on its rear front of view has strong appeal,inviting the users to captivates attention.

The product that delivers for the customers expectations for design, performance and technology,..Consider to be the overall package of a high quality automobile.

Introducing.,,this engine will sprint the car from 0 to 60 mph in 8 seconds and delivers a fuel economy of 31 mpg on the highway.,speed competent is really amazing..

such a nice,..Luxurious interior – Premium seat comfort and support redefined for a compact sedan and matched with upscale, soft-touch materials.

such a nice,..Luxurious interior – Premium seat comfort and support redefined for a compact sedan and matched with upscale, soft-touch materials.

The 2012 Buick Verano has a refined styling with a sporty profile, luxurious interior, and a powerful and efficient engine.

When it goes on sale, the 2012 Verano will be offered with an Ecotec 2.4 liter four-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 177 HP and 170 lb.-ft. Torque...I think this is a big gain to the customers quality of engine..

The 2012 Buick Verano has a refined styling with a sporty profile..,
this is very cool appearance,.I like the concept its just simple but elegant..

I will agree with this gut. I would like a revival of old names, old reputations be damned! do you guys agree with me?.

I think coming up with a new name was a good idea by Buick. This thing’s target market probably does not care about Buick’s heritage, as it may bring up bad memories of old people driving 20 in 35 MPH zones.

yes but the EPA has yet to rate the Verano, but the sedan is expected to return an estimated 31 mpg on the highway.

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