2017 Buick Enclave Quick-Take Review: Still Comfy, Getting Older

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Overview: The Buick Enclave launched nearly a decade ago—we first drove the model way back in early 2007—on the platform that gave us the GMC Acadia, the Chevrolet Traverse, and, briefly, the Saturn Outlook. They were all part of General Motors’ initial foray into three-row unibody SUVs as alternatives to the minivans it had just put out to pasture. The now-ancient Enclave carries on for one more year before it is overhauled on the all-new Acadia’s platform for 2018 (alongside the next Traverse), but it won’t get smaller as did the GMC, which sits below the big, body-on-frame Yukon in the Professional Grade brand’s hierarchy. With nothing above it in the Buick lineup and the mid-size Envision SUV joining the fold, the Enclave will retain its large dimensions. READ MORE ››


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