A big cash discount is available until the beginning of April.
It's been a while since we've heard anything about the Buick Enclave after it was updated a year ago. The three-row premium family SUV was provided with a conclusive visual revision for 2022 that gave it even more of an edge against its rivals from Acura and Lexus. Standard features were also bolstered with the entire range gaining access to wireless smartphone charging.
Adding this as a standard inclusion to the package is a bold decision when you consider that many manufacturers are deciding to omit crucial comfort features due to the ongoing semiconductor shortage. Despite the drastic exterior redesign, the midsize crossover still maintains some dated pieces of equipment such as the naturally aspirated powertrain and dashboard design. This hurts its case in a segment where other manufacturers are rapidly updating both powertrains and interior designs.
Regardless, with prices starting at $42,800 MSRP, the Enclave is a competitively priced seven-seater. If this is a car you have been eyeing, you'll be glad to know that a generous lease offer is being applied to the front-wheel drive 2022 Enclave Essence for the month of March only in the Miami area. For $359 per month covering 36 months, you can get into the driver's seat of this trim with a 10,000 annual mileage limit.
This amount excludes the $2,419 required upon signing but no security deposit is needed. Together with this, Buick is offering 0% APR for 36 months on financing of all 2021 and 2022 Enclave models to be run through General Motors. This offer will only be available to extremely well-qualified buyers.
If the 2022 model doesn't quite meet your standards and you prefer the more traditional look of the 2021 range, Buick is offering a $3,750 allowance on all pre-facelifted units. Before destination, the older range starts at $40,300 MSRP for the Preferred trim and tops-off with the $54,100 flagship Avenir. As noted, all deals are available for this month but the delivery of the vehicle must take place by April 4.
Now that GM is diving deep into electromobility, we are expecting to see some electrified products from the Buick division. Based on a teaser the brand shared to the public last month, we could soon have access to an EV crossover with the iconic tri-arrow badge that employs the Ultium platform. Until then, crossovers such as the Enclave are going to be your only means of access to the Buick family.