2010 Buick Enclave CXL2 4dr SUV AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
Things you should consider: Snow gets trapped in the front springs causing the vehicle to shake horribly until removed, the latch to the spare tire may not release with snow/mud, front cup holders are to close to the front accessory plug ins to be able to use your accessories and use the cup holders at the same time, the ignition cylinder is designed so poor that you cannot have other keys on your key chain with out causing the cylinder to break causing the vehicle to lock up, the passenger seat comes ONLY in a 4 way so long distance trips are uncomfortable for the passenger, cannot access 3rd seat with children's car seat in the 2nd row, Roadside Service is NOT all that you may think it is
The ride is smooth on non snowy roads. It has pep
and the steering is good except on snowy icy roads when it gets trapped in the front springs causing it to shake horribly. The all wheel drive is a plus. Has a lot of bells and whistles but DOES NOT have a 6 way passenger seat!
Redesign the ignition cylinder, the area where the front springs are so that snow does not get trapped and cause it to shake, the front dash/cup holder area, easier access to the 3rd row seating when a
child seat is used and redesign the release of the spare tire so that it also releases in snowy icy conditions! With all the bells and whistle WHY would you not have a 6 way seat for the passenger seat!!
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