Buyer's Guide

Buick

Buick is the oldest American car brand still in existence. Although known for large, comfortable sedans, Buick is shifting its lineup toward SUVs in a bid to attract new buyers.

Least Expensive: The least expensive Buick is the Encore, which starts under $25,000. This compact crossover's price, nice cabin, and fun-to-drive manners help make it Buick's best seller.

Most Expensive: In luxurious Avenir specification, the Enclave three-row crossover is the most expensive Buick, at about $55,000. Over the standard Enclave, Avenir trim adds distinctive styling, nicer materials, and more equipment. Meanwhile, the standard Enclave starts below $42,000.

Best Fuel Economy: With a tiny turbocharged 1.3-liter three-cylinder engine, the FWD Encore GX crossover is Buick's most fuel-efficient vehicle, scoring a 30/32 mpg city/highway EPA rating.

MotorTrend Top Pick: In a crossover-crazed world, the Buick Regal TourX is an uncommon offering. This stylish wagon offers great versatility and smooth driving manners. We appreciate how the Regal TourX is different from the SUVs we see everywhere—too bad 2020 is its last model year.

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