A few years back, the idea of a subcompact crossover from Buick, of all brands, might have seemed almost radical. Since its debut as a 2013 model, the Encore has become a mainstream player with plenty of fans. In fact, it’s been the best-selling Buick model. After all, you get the footprint of an economy car, coupled with access to a selection of luxury and convenience features that would ordinarily be associated with larger, more expensive vehicles.
Major changes included:
As General Motors continues to reinvent itself, Buick has taken center stage as the brand requiring the most work. The Encore, a compact crossover packed with upmarket features, is designed to shake Buick's more mature image. The 2013 Buick Encore comes in four easy-to-distinguish trim levels: Base, Convenience, Leather and Premium. The Base includes a...Read more »