My wife and I purchased this vehicle for our expanding family.
We went from a 2009 Rav4 to the 2013 Buick Enclave.
Lots of space, comfy ride (we've made a few trips up and down the coast with no complaints), and runs smoothly.
It is a bit hard to see out the back, but the camera more than makes up for it.
Definitely our favorite feature.
Two issues with the Enclave: the first is the head rest.
For whatever reason, my neck is never comfortable regardless on how I position it.
Also, it does not lock into place so whenever someone climbs in the back and grabs it, the headrest gets knocked out of position.
The second is the NAV system.
Definitely a complete waste of money.
We have been pleased with this car.
My friend has an older one, and I am happy to have gotten the redesigned version shortly after it was introduced.
The transmission has been re-tuned to shift at higher RPM's, producing brisk and smoother acceleration.
I was only disappointed that the navigation system's font size is too small and cannot be adjusted.
This could be a safety hazard, since the small font makes it hard to read.
This car was primarily for my wife.
She had been driving a Chevy Suburban.
It was doing a fine job hauling our family around (three children and two large dogs) on vacation or around town.
However, when it came time to replace the Suburban after 150+K miles, we switched to the Enclave.
It's one of the finest SUV for the money.
I highly recommend the Enclave, but the buyer should evaluate the touch screen and especially the Navigation system before they decide which vehicle to buy.
My wife has no confidence in the Navigation system and often resorts to using her smart phone Maps App to find her way around.
I just leased a 2013 Buick Enclave with Intellink.
I had a 2010 Enclave and loved it.
The Intellink is all touch buttons including the Emergency Flashers located just under the radio. When
changing the radio I inadvertently touch the flasher button and turn them on . This happens daily. Fog lights are no longer available. I used them all the time.
You better check with Buick to see which Smart Phones will work with Intellink. It cost me $600 to purchase a new phone when after several days and phones call I found out my HTC Rezound would not pair up. The Iphone 5 will not either. Surprise!
Now that I bought a new phone Pandora still won't load.
I have had my Enclave for 3 years. It now has 29,000 miles on it and I have not had one problem with the car. I love it as much as I did in the beginning. The Enclave is the perfect sized SUV for our family. The car is roomy inside, but easy to handle in tight parking lots.