Buick Verano's History: Making This Small Sedan
Buick introduced the Verano as a 2012 model year back in 2011. This model brought Buick into the small luxury segment. This first 2012 Verano used a 177-horsepower 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine and a 6-speed automatic for 31 mpg on the highway. Just some of the standard and available features were chrome hood portholes, 18-inch alloy wheels, blue translucent projector-beam headlights, remote start, leather heated seats, nine speakers of premium audio, hands-free phone, and navigation. The Verano Turbo was introduced for 2013 with its 250-horseopwer 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine and dual exhaust. Every single 2013 Verano included Buick IntelliLink and a rearview camera. Additionally, this model year saw the addition of Side Blind Zone Alert plus Cross-Traffic Alert to some option groups. Buick added available Lane Departure Warning, a Universal Home Remote, and Forward Collision Alert for 2014 and updated IntelliLink. The Wi-Fi system was added for 2015, giving drivers extra connectivity on the go.
Go for a Joy Ride in the 2017 Buick Verano
People have come to expect a luxurious dependability when it comes to the Buick name. The Verano delivers on that reputation with its elegant interior and more than capable performance. For a truly exceptional shopping experience, visit McKenzie Motors in Milton, Florida. Our friendly professionals are ready to help answer your questions about the different trims and the accompanying features. To help keep the process hassle-free, visit our in-house financing department, where we offer competitive rates. Keep your Buick dependable by getting on a routine maintenance plan with the certified mechanics in our garage. Don't miss out on some of the amazing models we have; stop in for a test drive today!