2015 model year didn’t bring major upgrades for Buick Encore. In fact there are just a few alterations compared to its predecessor. However 2015 Buick Encore is the best choice for people who want a car that is a mix between hatchback and crossover and, at the same time, offers luxury and all-wheel-drive. Primary audience which will be enchanted with this vehicle is the younger population. Most likely new 2015 Encore will cost a little bit over $30 000 including its best features, while we expect base price to be lower and somewhere around $25 000.
2015 Buick Encore design and features
Exterior is pretty much the same, and the lines of the 2015 Buick Encore are really different than any other vehicle. The strongest impression, however, is the two-toned interior which exudes with luxury. Perhaps the biggest advantage of this vehicle among its competition are its features. As part of standard equipment 2015 Buick Encore features 18-inch alloy wheels, power locks and windows, cruise control, OnStar telematic system, IntelliLink system, active noise cancellation, 10 airbags, a rearview camera, the ability to run selected smartphone apps via Bluetooth, and more. If the buyer decides to upgrade it, few other features are available too, including lane-departure and forward-collision-warning systems, as part of optional safety equipment. Besides safety, optional equipment packages include also automatic climate control, remote start, fog lights, Bose audio system, parking sensors, heated steering wheel and seats.
2015 Buick Encore performance and fuel economy
Under the hood of 2015 Buick Encore is unchanged. It will be run by a 1.4-liter turbocharged four engine, which gave power to its predecessor too. This engine will be combined with a six-speed automatic transmission. 2015 Buick Encore powertrain is rated at 138 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque. Perhaps the biggest problem for 2015 Encore is its weight. The Encore fuel economy is rated at 25 miles per gallon in the city, 28 mpg combined and 33 mpg highway with its standard front-wheel-drive, while 2015 Encore with all-wheel drive, will have fuel consumption rated at 23/26/30 mpg city/highway/combined.
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