This is my 3rd Enclave & these are not your grandfather's Car. Great road handling, comfortable to drive & ride in, for trips to Florida there is plenty of room for hauling all your stuff or enough seating & room for all of our grandchildren (7 places). Greta car design, too.
Beautiful car. Terrible gas mileage. $40 a month and I'm retired so don't use the car daily. REALLY wish that it had front end collision protection but that is on the next higher model. Lots of technical goodies that I don't understand but I'm a dinosaur so that might not be a problem for others but I find that I have to take my eyes off of the road to make adjustments. For example the rear windshield wipers are controlled by a switch UNDER the radio. You have to look down to use it. For some reason my drivers seat moves back and forth occasionally but NOT always. If it's moved back when I've gotten out frequently it doesn't move forward when I get in so I have to adjust it before I start the car. Probably my fault re some gizmo I've touched. NEEDS a bigger brake pedal. My foot is frequently slipping off of it. Lots of these things may take care of themselves the more I drive it. Might be me. I'm 63 and 5'2" and might be different for others. I actually love the car. Going to go back to the dealership for more technical training.
We drive about 40,000 miles a year. just traded a 2016 Premium (66,000 miles) for a 2017 Premium. While driving home with the new car, only 4 miles of gravel road, a rattle developed somewhere in the dash (at 80 miles). The following morning at 65 mph, against a 25 mph wind, the wind noise was so bad, my wife turned on her cell phone recorder to record the roar so was hearing. The 2016 was MUCH quieter!! So, with only 300 miles on this one, we are extremely disappointed with the cabin quality! Are we the only ones? Or did Buick cheapen up the 2017's to begin building the 2018's (that won't be out for a couple months yet)?