2015 Buick Verano Starts at $24,305


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    The 2015 Buick Verano sedan starts at $24,305. | August 27, 2014

Just the Facts:
  • The 2015 Buick Verano sedan starts at $24,305, reflecting a $320 price cut compared to the 2014 model.
  • The top-of-the-line 2015 Buick Verano Premium Turbo starts at $30,140.
  • The 2015 Verano is on sale now.

DETROIT The 2015 Buick Verano sedan starts at $24,305, including a $925 destination charge, reflecting a $320 price cut compared to the 2014 model, according to the vehicle configurator at Buick.

Buick's top-of-the-line 2015 Verano Premium Turbo starts at $30,140, including shipping.

The 2015 Verano is on sale now at Buick dealers.

This is a carryover model from 2014 with minor changes for the new model year.

The 2015 Verano features OnStar with 4G LTE and a standard built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic is a new exterior color. A new appearance package that is optional on Verano 1SD, 1SG and 1SL trim groups includes a spoiler and a silver/bright chrome grille.

Key Verano rivals include the Acura ILX, Audi A3 and Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class.

Edmunds says: Car shoppers in this crowded category will be happy about the price reduction on the 2015 Verano.

Comments

  • kshankar kshankar Posts:

    Still a lot of money for a Daewoo Lacetti. I guess the only reason GM did not get rid of Buick is due to Chinese sales. Too bad the small cars of GM are now Daewoo based or Daewoo built.

  • guy1974 guy1974 Posts:

    It is based off the Opel Astra chassis. Get your facts right.

  • kshankar kshankar Posts:

    @guy1974, verano is based off the chevy cruze which is a daewoo lacetti. http://www.worldcarfans.com/108110814656/chevy-cruze-based-daewoo-lacetti-launches-in-korea

  • papatwice papatwice Posts:

    @kshankar - LOL, the page you're referring to has this title -"Chevy Cruze Based Daewoo Lacetti Launches in Korea" - and not the other way around. Just sayin'

  • kshankar kshankar Posts:

    @papatwice, you are right LOL. But if you do the research, it will tell you what car its based off of. I think the title was messed up. LOL

  • lions208487 lions208487 Posts:

    I drove the turbo model followed by the ILX 2.4i. I wanted to like the baby Buick more than the badge engineered Civic, but it just isn't up to par. The ILX not only handled better, but felt more powerful, without any turbo lag, and the fit and finish of the interior are simply better than the Buick. Neither car is that great, but the ILX has more room, is faster, and is simply manufactured like Honda of old. If Honda/Acura brought in the Integra/NSX design team and made this car look better, it would be a sales persons dream, but instead Honda made it look like a fancy Civic at a A3 price. The Verano is not any better in the looks department, and it's just as ugly in person.

  • greg128 greg128 Posts:

    ____ drove the turbo model followed by the ILX 2.4i. I wanted to like the baby Buick more than the badge engineered Civic, but it just isn't up to par. The ILX not only handled better, but felt more powerful, without any turbo lag, and the fit and finish of the interior are simply better than the Buick. Neither car is that great, but the ILX has more room, is faster, and is simply manufactur_ed like Honda of old___ Well according to Edmunds the Verano beats the Manual 2.4 ILX to 60 by a half second. The more powerful 2.4 ILX is not available with an automatic transmission, so if you choose not to row your own gears you have to settle for a 0-60 time of 9 seconds for the ILX versus 6.6 sec. for the Verano Turbo.

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