Buick Verano (2012)

 

CARBARN | Buick Verano (2012) | still in the same country and same manufacturer Buick will release its latest range of cars sport this time with different types and styles are also different, more directed to the cars of the entrepreneurs who need a comfortable car, this car, want to know? The following report



That explains Buick there is a window of opportunity for a small luxury sedan priced below the Audi A3, Lexus IS 250 and Acura TSX sedan, but above the Honda Civic, Ford Focus and Chevrolet Cruze. A larger engine than the Cruze's 1.4-liter turbo and 1.8-liter normally aspirated four-cylinder choices, this all-aluminum engine features direct injection and continuous variable valve timing on the intake and exhaust to deliver 180 horsepower at 6.700 rpm and 171 pound- feet of torque at 4.900 rpm on regular fuel. With a Curb weight of 3.300 pounds, Buick says the Verano Will hit 60 mph from a standstill in 8.6 seconds - respectable for a vehicle, promising an EPA rating of 21 mpg city and 31 mpg on the highway. There are disc brakes at all four corners, with single-piston steel calipers clamping down on 11.8-inch ventilated rotors up front and 11.5-inch solid discs in the rear. Standard wheels are 18-inch cast aluminum alloy wheels wearing 235/45R18 all-season tires at all four corners (there is also a compact temporary spare under the carpet in the trunk). Buick has gone the extra mile, or two, to isolate the mechanical underpinnings and Their associated operating Those noises from within the cabin. Before the sound makes its way to the ears of people riding in the Verano's cabin, it must figure out a way to permeate two damping mats on the firewall, nylon and foam baffles Strategically located within the hollow parts of the chassis, five layers of acoustic headliner, sound deadener on the underbody sheetmetal and trunk, triple-seal doors, 5.4-mm acoustic laminated windshield and 4.85-mm-acoustic laminated side glass. We've talked before about how this car's hushed bowtie more plebeian cousin is, and the Verano's Quiet Tuning checklist muffles Things Further events.

For a base price of just $ 23.470 (including destination charge), passengers inside the Verano are treated to the standard leatherette / fabric seating surfaces, cloth-wrapped A-pillars, dual-zone automatic climate control, a sliding center armrest, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, Bluetooth, remote engine start and full power accessories. A high-resolution seven-inch LED backlit touchscreen technology with GM's Intellilink (complete with voice control, integrated Pandora Internet radio and Stitcher application) is also standard on entry-level models.

Verano models equipped with the Convenience Group are fitted with rear park assist, heated side mirrors and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Even fully loaded, the new compact luxury car Will not surpass $ 29,000. Admittedly, We initially questioned the need for a compact luxury sedan from Buick (after all, do centenarians Generally prefer larger vehicles). But after spending some time with the Verano, all joking aside, Buick's strategy Appears quite solid. The Verano is a remarkable new entry-level luxury effort. Driving enthusiasts need not apply, but from just about every other angle, the 2012 Buick Verano makes a pretty compelling argument for Itself.

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