The Buick Enclave has been spotted in Death Valley looking a little slim as it drove around in disguise, but it doesn’t seem like the redesign is remaining secret for long since it has been seen out of cover. At first, when Buick was testing the prototype earlier in 2016, those observing the test didn’t know if it was an Enclave or a Chevrolet. Now it seems to be clear, and it looks great.
Buick Enclave Is Slimming Down
The GMC Acadia went the way of ditching the Lambda platform, so it was expected that the 2018 Buick Enclave would do the same. However, the Enclave has been stretched a little more to include three rows. It achieves this while still being slimmer than it has been for the previous eight years. Outfitted with a 3.6-liter V6 engine, it is expected that this crossover will pack a punch on the road. Not much else is known about it, but what is known is that Buick is expected to improve this best-selling model. It is also expected that a 9-speed automatic transmission will be added later on.
2018 Buick Enclave Is Making Strides
It is very exciting to see what Buick is going to do with the Enclave post-2018. In the meantime, the 2018 Buick Enclave is still a major mystery. No specs have yet to be released, there aren’t crash test ratings yet because it is most likely being tested or was tested recently, and there isn’t a full picture of what is under the hood. If it’s an improvement over previous years, it’s fair to say that it will have a competitive edge over models like the Acadia and the Chevrolet Traverse.
Test Drive an Earlier Model in the Meantime
Overall, it’s amazing that the 2018 Buick Enclave is already being seen ahead of its early 2017 debut. It’s expected that other competitor models will make their debuts after the Enclave. Until then, McKenzie Motors of Milton, Florida, has great deals on the Buick Enclave that you can come and check out for yourself. Give one a test drive and see how it fits you and your needs.