2013 Buick Verano User Reviews

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Users ranked 2013 Buick Verano against other cars which they drove/owned. Each ranking was based on 9 categories. Here is the summary of top rankings.

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    Too Much Trouble — Would be a good family car if it were more reliable. Too many trips to the dealer for recalls and warranty work. Ain't nobody got time for that. Recommend spending a little more money to get a car that will be there when you need it.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: awesome

    Cons: sucks

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    A Great Car — The 2013 Buick Verano has a 4 cyl engine and is front wheel drive. It comes with remote start, traction control, anti lock brakes, OnStar, Satellite radio, and so much more. I would highly recommend this vehicle for younger buyers or older couples who don't have kids.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Very economic

    Cons: Not much of a back seat

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    Surprisingly Good All Around! — Performance: Decent acceleration, predictable competent brakes, and surprisingly nimble and smooth handling. Build Quality: Decent build quality. Interior is much better than GM's reputation suggests. I would expect this sort of interior from an entry level Mercedes Benz. I'm impressed. Appearance: Looks tasteful inside and out. Not too aggressive where it'll offend anyone. Cost of ownership: It's basically a Chevy Cruze with more sound insulation and a nicer interior so it should be cheap to maintain. Fun Factor: Not designed for fun and the expectations are low. Surprising handling and nimbleness while still being smooth.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: It's surprising in all the right ways. A step in the right directions for Buick.

    Cons: Not much. It's pretty good.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2014 Buick Verano Reviews

    A Beauty With A Smooth Ride By Tempest_461

    Traded in Escalade for better millage vehicle. Great milage the Verano definitely provides. Challenging experience shifting car sizes.... but this Verano has it all, including a smooth and quiet rid... Read More

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    Best Small Luxury Car By Divinejudge1

    Buick has really impressed me with their newer cars. I think these are the best value cars in the market when you consider luxury. I currently value the Buick brand for making very solid cars and are ... Read More

    Quiet, Comfortable, Refined, Commuter Car With A Mission To Be Classy And Not Boring By Ryan

    The 2012 Buick Verano is a suprisingly pleseant vehicle to drive. It has more than adequate acceleration. Crisp handling, quick smooth shifts from 6 Speed AT. Seats are firm and supportive. Soaks up... Read More

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