Configure your Buick Encore to meet your needs in Milton. This is one of the few SUVs that truly meets its compact designation, making it a breeze to find parking no matter where you go. Despite the small size, you still get a spacious interior. Keep reading to figure out which of the trim levels is right for you, and don’t forget to consider options and packages as well.
Base Buick Encore
The exterior of the base Buick Encore gives you heated mirrors, rear privacy glass, automatic headlights, roof rails, and 18-inch alloy wheels. The cruise control and rearview camera are convenient, and the 60/40 split and folding rear seats and fold-flat front passenger seat add to the Encore’s versatility. Comfort isn’t a concern, with upholstery that combines simulated leather with cloth, air-conditioning, and a 6-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with power lumbar and manual recline.
Even standard technology on the Encore is extensive, giving you OnStar emergency telematics, 4G LTE Wi-Fi capabilities, six speakers, satellite radio, Bluetooth, a USB port, an auxiliary audio jack, IntelliLink with a 7-inch touchscreen, and smartphone integration.
Buick Encore: Convenience Trim
For Milton drivers who want more features than the base Buick Encore offers, the Encore Convenience version gives you a household-style outlet with 120 volts, an auto-dimming rearview camera, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear cross-traffic alert, fog lamps, blind spot warning, and remote ignition.
Buick Encore: Sport Touring Trim
The Sport Touring trim is very similar to the Convenience version of the Encore, but it has a more powerful 1.4L SIDI Turbo engine as well as unique exterior styling.
Buick Encore: Leather Trim
The Encore Leather trim builds on the Convenience model. In addition to leather upholstery, it also adds 6-way power adjustment, power lumbar, and manual recline to the passenger seat. Other added features include memory for the driver’s seat, a heated steering wheel, and heated front seats.
Buick Encore: Premium Trim
At the top-of-the-line, you can pick the Premium version of the Buick Encore. This will add parking sensors in the front and rear, lane departure warning, and forward collision warning for safety. The automatic wipers make life easier while the seven-speaker Bose sound makes rides more enjoyable.
If you don’t pick the Premium model of the Encore, you can opt to add the seven-speaker Bose sound system. All models except the base have standalone options of navigation and a sunroof. The top Leather and Premium trims also let you add an Experience Buick Package that bundles these features with 18-inch chromed alloy wheels.
The team at McKenzie Motors in Milton, Florida, can walk you through the differences between the various Buick Encore trims and options in more detail.