2010 Buick Enclave CXL1 4dr SUV AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
We test drove this car in 2008 when we needed a new family car. For those with a family of 4 or less, this car will be excellent. For a family of 5 with luggage, this vehicle is entirely too small. In 2008 we chose the top of the line Chrysler Town and Country 4.0 limited, which had far more space, and at that time even better acceleration. Since 2008 the Buick has improved the power of the engine and transmission is now smoother. The 2010 Enclave is a pleasure to drive. Smooth quite ride, good acceleration at all speeds, solid handling for a large vehicle, great turning radius, and elegant look. There is plenty of leg room for adults in all three rows of this car. Handles well in snow.
Close button on hatch should be at eye level, but instead is next to the latch. When you raise the hatch it is too high for anyone under 56 to reach (you can still close it with your key chain);heated 2nd row seats, all time 4x4 option; Double click start(not two step lock then start) moving pedals
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