According to the most recent census, the average Canadian spends 50 minutes driving to and from work each day. That’s almost enough time to complete a census. Even before factoring in all the evening and weekend trips demanded by your schedule, 50 minutes is a long time. And a prairie driver isn’t the “average Canadian.” If you consider the Alberta-sized potholes and icy roads, suddenly your 50 minute commute looks a bit different from one in Vancouver or Toronto. When you’re spending so much time in your SUV, fighting through the elements, you deserve comfort and driving pleasure.
Sanctuary for Drivers
In the 2017 Enclave, Buick’s full-sized, luxury SUV, you can tune out the noise of the world around you. With QuietTuning, triple door seals, and acoustic-laminated glass, the only sound in the cabin will come from the Bose sound system. Also, the Enclave comes with an 8-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with available perforated leather seats and available captain’s chairs in the second row. Considering it’s probably more comfortable than your couch, you won’t feel too bad if you’re spending more time in your SUV than the average Canadian.
Power and Style Are Just a Bonus
The sanctuary created for the driver and passengers carefully conceals the 3.6L, 288 horsepower engine beneath the hood. You may not hear it roaring, and your passengers won’t notice it with dual-flow suspension dampers, but you’ll feel it underneath your foot. On the outside, the fluid profile of the Enclave reflects its power and agility, without revealing that it holds three spacious rows of seating.
As in all Buicks, luxury features come standard:
- OnStar 4G LTE and Wi-Fi Hotspot
- Heated steering wheel
- Rear Park Assist
- Side Blind Zone Alert with Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- And much more.
You spend time in your car. You may as well spend it wisely.