The Buick Enclave is set for a redesign, which will premiere at the New York Auto Show.
The Buick Enclave crossover has been an unquestionable sales success for the historic brand. Launched back in 2007, the luxury crossover was the first model that represented a revived Buick in their quest to move away from being known as everyone's grandparents' favorite brand. Because of the Enclave, younger shoppers have been buying them and it's even better-looking and - dare we say more 'trendy' - than its corporate cousins, the GMC Acadia, Chevrolet Traverse, and the departed Saturn Outlook.
And it's time for the Enclave to receive a redesign. We've already seen the new GMC Acadia and in April at the New York Auto Show the new Enclave will have its official debut. For now, Buick has only released this teaser image of the new cabin. What we can tell so far is that the interior will receive a major push upmarket from that of the current model. It will also have Buick's version of Chevy's MyLink connectivity along with industry-exclusive safety technology. We'll have more information throughout the month.