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Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
The Buick Enclave is a good-looking vehicle. With curvy, Coke-bottle sheetmetal, smooth chrome details including those borderline tacky 'ventiports' along the hood, and an instrument-panel design that borrows some Art Deco cues, analog clock up top on the dash, the look is classy, if a bit conservative. With eye-catching exterior styling, a highly usable interior and a remarkably quiet cabin the Enclave has what it takes to be a viable competitor in this hot segment. It might ride like a car, but it doesn't handle like one. That said, steering itself is about as nice as you can get for such a heavy, front-wheel-drive vehicle; again, you won't want to be changing direction quickly, but the car can hold its own surprisingly well. It's a neat, roomy package overall, with three rows of adult-size seating (the third folds down flat) and an almost minivan-like feel inside just without the sliding doors.
This Buick is comfortable yet strong. It delivers energetic performance and excellent fuel economy with the help of modern technologies. The V6 is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. This is a car for you if you appreciate the refinement of a luxury car but also need the flexibility of a crossover SUV. It offers the image of owning a luxury vehicle, yet at a more affordable price than many of its competitors.
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