Used Buick Encore

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  • Overview

    Black Used Buick Encore angled left

    Once upon a time, there was the Opel Mokka, a crossover SUV engineered by Opel around 2012. This was the start of what would eventually be known as the SUV Used Buick Encore in North America. It debuted in Detroit at the 2012 North American International Auto Show and was ready for public purchase in early 2013. This would be the beginning of generations of impressive SUVs by Buick.


    The Buick Encore is a small crossover SUV that allows for luxury and comfort that all your friends and family will adore. It is the type of ride that can blend in perfectly at the school, the office, the beach, or the mountains. The most modern models are praised for their features and fuel economy, but the Buick Encore does not in any way lack style or power. Honestly not many changes have come over the generations of Buick Encores, but that only proves its reliability. From the inside out, you will be begging this encore for another performance the following year.

  • 2013-2015

    2015 Buick Encore in Cocoa Silver driving by a city

    This was where the Buick Encore got its start as the first SUV crossover in North America. The model types available for the 2013 through 2015 Buick Encores were Base, Convenience, Leather, and Premium. These days you will only find these as used Buick Encores.

    The interior has a lot going for it along with its two-tone options. The back-seats were roomy beyond expectation, and it was a truly quiet ride. It also contained a fair amount of standard features. One of the best being its IntelliLink system – making this one smart ride. The cargo space also is impressive no matter which configuration you choose. As for the exterior, the Buick Encore keeps it stylish. AT the dimensions of 168 inches length, 70 inches width and 65 inches high, it has got a bold front, a sleek rear, and even an elegant cockpit to please all driver types.

    Under the hood, this model has stats that should satisfy most motorists. A 1.4 L 4-cylinder engine that kicks up to 138 horsepower with 33 MPG highway fuel economy. It is not the most powerful, but it most certainly does the trick and looks great doing it.

  • 2016

    2016 Used Buick Encore interior with a river through the windshield

    In 2016, the Buick encore added a few new features to make it stand out in comparison to the 2013-2015 models. The main change was a new Sport Touring second-tier model which added unique 18″ aluminum alloy wheels with Midnight Silver finish, rear spoiler, body color door handles, remote start, and fog lamps. It also finally installed a new powerful GM B14XFT Ecotec inline four-cylinder engine. Under the hood, this model’s engine runs up to 138 to 153 horsepower with a small improvement of 34 MPG highway.

    As for the exterior, the 2016 Buick Encore has the same dimensions as the 2013 to 2015 models. What did change is that it presents itself in a tougher light which helps to deter attraction to the box-like shape.

  • 2017

    Black Used 2017 Buick Encore driving in the city streets

    These are the most modern models in the Buick Encore lineup. The basic facts are the best place to start. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is a fair $23,985. The engine is a 1.4 L 4-cylinder that allows 138 horsepower to 153 horsepower. Also, the fuel economy is 33 MPG on the highway. Lastly the dimensions are 168 inches long, 70 inches wide, and 65 inches high, and it weighs 3,327 pounds. It is impressive in both maneuverability and fuel efficiency.

    The Buick Encore is also customizable with four trims, Base, Convenience, Leather, and Premium. They are all powered by the same turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder. That power is sent to the front wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission with optional all-wheel drive.

    The high points are its sophisticated interior, convenient dimensions, fair all-around quality, and charming but not overwhelming styling choices for both interior and exterior.

    The base 2018 Encore comes standard with a number of features. Without a cent more for it, you get 18-inch wheels, a power driver seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a rearview camera and loads of technology. The tech includes Bluetooth, OnStar services, Buick Intellilink with smartphone incorporation through Bluetooth and USB on a 7-inch touchscreen display. It even allows you to hear all your music on a crisp and clear six-speaker sound system.

    If you do want though, there are plenty of luxury upgrade accessible for different trims. The Convenience trim level adds remote engine start, dual-zone automatic climate control and a blind-spot monitoring system. Although the top choice is the Leather trim level that gets you leather upholstery, a power passenger seat, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and driver memory settings.

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