The 2013 Buick Enclave has been priced starting at $39,270 including $825 for delivery, which is an increase of about $2,000 over the previous model year. But the added cost isn’t for naught: Buick has restyled its three-row crossover and given it a host of standard features that make the 2013 Enclave very competitive. It even starts about $2,000 less than the competing 2013 Infiniti JX35.
The 2013 Buick Enclave earns it credibility as a proud family hauler with high safety marks and abundant cabin space, boasting room for seven or even eight passengers. The 2013 Buick Enclave comes in three models, including base, the Leather Group, and the Premium Group. A base model includes a seven-inch media screen; high-intensity discharge headlights; a backup camera and parking assist feature; remote start—helpful in cold weather climates; and a power liftgate. Buick says the new Enclave also features an industry first front-center airbag.
A 2013 Buick Enclave with the Leather Group trim has an entry price of $43,285 and adds: heated seats; an eight-way power seat function; and an advanced blind spot monitoring system among other things. The top of the line Premium Group adds premium audio; 19-inch wheels; front-colored seats; a cooling feature for the front seats; power and folding mirrors; and a power tilt/telescoping wheel, starting at $46,450.