Just picked this car up yesterday for the little lady. So far this car exceeds all expectations.
Rides as quiet as a library, holds road tight and looks like mpg beats out what I expected.
Interior is what sold me on this car. Comes with combination of fabric and leatherette ( looks like leather at first) Intellimark Radio with voice recognition is remarkable. Takes a bit to understand all but well worth it.
Fit and finish looks good, 18" wheels, nice touch for base model.
Only downside was is that seats are manual unless you upgrade to next level.
Exterior looks like a mini Regal which I feel is an elegant car too.
Car based on Cruze platform which I rented but does not come close
GM nice !
We recently purchased a Buick Verano 2012 in January we previously had a 2008 Infiniti G . We are very pleased with the Verano it actually has a quiter and more comfortable ride than the G it is comparable in size and about 12000 dollars cheaper.
I've been driving my Verano for almost a month.
I immediatley drove down Topanga Cyn Blvd. to Malibu Beach.
If you aren't familiar with the area... It's a windy road that passes through mountain terrain and ends at the California coast. The Verano handled every turn with ease.
I could definitely tell that this vehicle was designed in Europe (from Opel). I was surpised how sturdy and quiet the interior felt through out the ride.
When my friends see the interior, they can't believe its a Buick. The build quality, and the quality of the materials used is probably above most if not all in its class.
I traded my beloved '08 Saturn Aura XR for a beautifully loaded Verano 1SL about a week ago & I am more than pleased. Today I took her out for a 481 mile daylong road trip that got me 33.3 MPG and that's just the beginning. The smoothness & quietness of the ride alone could take up another column. The 2.4L DOHC has not been lacking in power & has surprisingly proven itself more than capable both in city & on the hwy. This Verano is beautifully built inside & out from the flowing lines & curves of the body to the thoughtful comfort & design of the interior. Buick did this one right. I had originally wanted a LaCrosse & thought that the Verano would be a major step down. I was wrong.
I purchased this vehicle little over a month ago.
It is super quiet, great gas mileage and loaded with ammenities.
The only cons that i have for this car is the gas filler neck is located on the right side of the car instead of being on the drivers side, also it only has one 12 volt outlet.
Would loved to have at least two of them.
This is my third Buick ( 96 Regal,
2005 Lacrosse and now this Verano). This has to be the quietest buick so far.
I would recommend this vehicle to anyone that loves a quiet and smooth riding car.