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2013 Buick Encore Turbo Review #ATLDistrict
The 2013 Buick Encore Turbo packs luxury and versatility into a compact design. As one of the only modern crossovers of its size, car buyers will be enchanted with the state of the art features and competitive price.
Gas mileage is a key ingredient when choosing a vehicle. The 2013 Buick Encore Turbo provides 25 miles in town and 33 highway miles per gallon offering a valid alternative to larger SUV’s. With a six speed automatic transmission and an Inline 4 engine, the Encore delivers the speed and power savvy drivers are looking for. Choosing the color for the new Encore may be complicated. People looking for a modern sleek design may choose carbon black or deep espresso. Those drivers seeking to make a bold statement may choose the brilliant blue or ruby red Buick Encore.
Leg and head space is often a concern when moving from a SUV to a more compact crossover like the 2013 Buick Encore Turbo. Drivers will enjoy the 39.6 inches of front head room and the 35.7 inches of rear leg room. This vehicle provides plenty of space for passengers to ride comfortably. With an additional 18.8 cubic feet of cargo space, the Encore offers room to stow the kids’ sports equipment, fishing gear, and the entire groups’ golf clubs. For even more versatility, when the seats are removed, the Encore yields 48.4 cubic feet of cargo space.
Luxury features are what makes the 2013 Buick Encore Turbo stand out from the rest. Six way power driver seats with adjustable lumbar support offer comfort while driving on long family vacations or the every day commute. Remote door locks and heated power mirrors and windows offer convenience and safety. Cruise control, hands free calling, and available roadside assistance contribute to the overall security of Buick Encore.
Front and rear cup holders, front and rear backseat storage pockets, and 12 volt power outlets provide the ultimate experience when traveling in the 2013 Buick Encore. Sirius radio and auxiliary MP3 inputs will keep the driver and passengers entertained throughout the entire trip.
Safety is a top priority with the 2013 Buick Encore Turbo. With ten standard air bags, disc anti-lock brakes and break assist, along with traction and stability control, this crossover has family and driver safety in mind. Drivers who choose to activate OnStar are also provided with automatic crash response which will contact a live operator if the vehicle is involved in a crash and can identify the location if the driver is unable to provide the information. Some of the optional safety features include a reversing camera, parking assist sensors, lane departure warnings and a forward collision alert system.
The 2013 Buick Encore Turbo offers safety, reliability, and style in a compact economical design.