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Verano vs. Semi = Verano WIN!
By momsdword on
Vehicle2013 Buick Verano 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 6A)
ReviewMy husband absolutely loved his 2013 Verano. It was his "baby".
Sadly, it was recently hit by a Semi truck on the freeway (Semi driver's fault).
My husband is undergoing neck, back and shoulder treatments, but he walked away from this accident.
The Verano did its job of protecting him.
The car was totaled all the way around it, but the passenger compartment stayed in tact, airbags deployed as they were supposed to and all the exterior safety features did their job so that the most important possession inside the car (my husband) was protected.
We are very impressed with the Verano and cannot say enough about this wonderful car.
So grateful to it and to God for protecting my husband!
UPDATE - 2017: We are on our 2nd Verano and still love it! Only complaint is when the battery dies you cannot open the doors, even with the key put directly into the lock because all the key does is activate the "power locks" that have no power when the battery is dead (even Onstar could not unlock the doors). We had to call roadside service who had to use a slim jim to open the door from the inside just so we could pop the hood and jump start it. Such a great car and such a huge disappointment that it has this one very dumb flaw. Just don't leave a light on in your car over the weekend making your battery drain, and you'll be fine.
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