Stop searching for a midsize luxury SUV and take the Buick Enclave for a test drive around Milton, Florida. This vehicle offers three rows of seats, so there is room for the entire family. It comes packed with all the luxury features you associate with Buick. This SUV runs on a 3.6-liter V6 with 288 horsepower in the latest configuration and the ability to take you further on every drop of fuel. With features like driver memory settings, the Enclave is easy to share with other drivers, whether they are your spouse or your teens. As a Buick, all Enclave models also deliver the latest technology, starting with the IntelliLink system and smartphone connectivity and going all the way to rear-seat entertainment systems and Wi-Fi connectivity.
2017 Enclave Interior
2017 Enclave Trunk
Buick Enclave Center Console

What's New on the 2017 Buick Enclave?

If you take a look at the 2017 Buick Enclave, it seems similar to the 2016 models you have seen around Milton. The big difference is the addition of a new Sport Touring option for those who want to enhance the aesthetics of their SUV. The Sport Touring gives you a ST badge so everyone knows you are driving this model. It also gives you 20-inch chrome wheels and various features in Satin Black, including the grille and multiple accents. The Sport Touring is available with three different body colors, each of which is a special edition. These include Ebony Twilight Metallic, Crimson Red Metallic, and White Frost Tricoat. Other than the Sport Touring, the 2017 Enclave is essentially identical to the previous model year. You can still opt for the Tuscan package that debuted for the previous model year and have the same 3.6-liter V6 engine. While the 2017 Enclave didn't see very many changes, you can expect a complete redesign for the following model year, as the 2018 Enclave will bring in the new generation. Information on this model is still very limited, but we should have more details soon.

Looking at Buick Enclave'S History

When Buick introduced the Enclave, this midsize SUV served as a replacement for three different vehicles: the truck-based Rainier sport utility vehicle, the Terraza minivan, and the Rendezvous crossover. The Enclave has always had seating for seven or eight passengers and it combined everyone's favorite characteristics of the models it replaced. It was much longer than the Rainier but with a car-like ride and better fuel economy. The 2008 Enclave began this model's history with the choice of front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and a 3.6-liter V6, familiar features. The original engine was slightly less powerful than the current one with just 275 horsepower but it went up to its current 288 horses in 2009.

Even in its first model year, the Buick Enclave exemplified luxury, giving an incredible list of features as standard. All 2008 models had xenon headlights, tri-zone climate control, and a power liftgate. Bluetooth connectivity became standard the following year. Updates have mostly been minor for the Buick Enclave with the exception of the 2013 version. That year, Buick gave the Enclave a new grille, LED daytime running lights, and a retuned suspension. The dashboard was also redesigned to include IntelliLink and a rear camera system. Unsurprisingly, the 2013 Enclave was reasonably similar to the current model year, with more minor revisions in the time between.

Why Buy at McKenzie Motors?

Whether you live in Milton or the surrounding areas of Florida, a used or new Buick Enclave is waiting for you at McKenzie Motors. Our dealership has been family run since 1967, giving us decades of experience serving the local communities. We pride ourselves on offering the best deals and since we have a financing department, you don't have to waste time driving around town or making numerous phone calls to get an auto loan. Visit our dealership to learn more about the Enclave or take it on a test drive to experience it for yourself.

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