Used 2017 Buick Envision Pricing

List Price $42,320 - $39,570
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2017 Highlights

The all-new Buick Envision debuted as a late 2016 model and was limited to its top two trim levels. For 2017, the Envision adds two lower trim levels that add the option of front-wheel drive.
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  • Manageable size makes it easy to drive and maneuver
  • The cabin is as quiet inside as premium luxury SUVs
  • You get a lot of features for the money


  • Engine output is adequate but far from impressive
  • Cargo capacity is merely average for the class

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Used 2017 Buick Envision for Sale

Buick Envision 2017 Essence 4dr SUV (2.5L 4cyl 6A) Chili Red Metallic Ebony w/Ebony Interior Accents leather14,349 miles
Used 2017Buick EnvisionEssence
Est.Loan: $437/mo
25.1 mi away
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Buick Envision 2017 Premium I 4dr SUV AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A) Midnight Amethyst Metallic Ebony w/Dark Plum Interior Accents leather9 miles
Used 2017Buick EnvisionPremium I
Est.Loan: $615/mo
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17.1 mi away
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Sold vehicle after 3 months - Issues
As another reviewer noted, the vehicle has a shake when accelerating from a stop. It is usually not experienced in a slow/mild acceleration. But, when turning or straight acceleration on an incline, there is a noticeable shake/shudder while in 1st gear. The harder the acceleration, the more severe the shake. I've even paid to have my local tire store check the tires and balance. This should not be in a vehicle of this class and price point. I hope Buick identifies the source of this issue and gets a fix in dealers hands, and proactively notifies owners, before more reviews make note of this apparent defect. Once you are moving, the Envision's ride and handling is exceptional, quiet and smooth. For such a soft ride, it is very responsive and does not have cornering body roll. I love the interior design and materials, but would prefer slightly softer seats. The safety features are nice. I personally do not like the Lane Departure feature and have turned it off. You find yourself constantly fighting the steering wheel. The stop/start feature is ok. But, it should have a couple second delay. When making parking maneuvers, the engine cuts off on you ... this should have been thought out a bit better. Overall, it is a nice vehicle at a reasonable price point, but has a few quirks that you should think about. UPDATE: I sold the vehicle after 3 months. I just couldn't stand the engine stop/start feature. Also, the shaking that I, and others, have mentioned was unresolved by two dealers. They both said that it is common for the Envision.
Last Buick EVER!
Traded an 2015 Encore for the slightly larger 2017 Envision. Loved the Encore's quietness, shifting and general driveability. The Envision has more engine noise, transmission shifts like a 60's powerglide and the autostop is a horrible addition to any car. The little vibration it makes when it starts up is really annoying. Making a left turn from the middle of a busy intersection is very scary when the engine cuts off and you have to hope it restarts. I doubt this car will make it two years in my garage and I seriously doubt that another Buick will ever be in my garage and by the way, I've had at least 3 or 4 previously. Still HATE the auto stop but found that if you shift to L and then use the manual shift button to shift up to 6 then the transmission upshifts and downshifts like any other transmission and the auto stop feature does not work.
Nothing BUT Problems
We acquired the vehicle in late November of 2016. Looked great. Since then, it's been in and out of the dealership for everything from a noise that is blatantly obvious that comes from somewhere near the gas tank that comes in at certain speeds and has been in for 3 times to try to cure, to a failed operating system. By the way--apparently it takes 7-10 days to get a part for the automobile. If I had to do over, I wouldn't buy that car. For the same money, go buy a Mercedes.

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