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No, I would not recommend this
While not nearly as powerful as other cars in its class or at its price level, the 2012 Buick Verano is great for every day life. The Verano comes with a decent looking exterior and a huge range of accessories that make your listening and driving experience pleasant. Enjoy everything from climate control to cloth upholstery to help keep your car cool in the sun. Unfortunately the base Verano does not come with a navigation system but it does offer it as an optional upgrade. It is really hard to do without a built-in navigation in the modern day and age and it can be a true deal breaker to lack one.
The power the Verano lacks allows it to get good mileage in both city and highway, averaging 25 mpg. It breaks well and has an excellent list of safety features that will keep you and your loved ones safe just in case anything happens. The interior space for the Verano is excellent too and if you have ever needed more head or leg room then the Verano will give it to you. The interior design of the Verano is also lovely and accommodating to both you and your passengers. Overall the Verano deserves a 3 out of 5 stars due to its lacking power and a number of features, such as GPS, that do not come standard.
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