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2015 Buick EnclaveReview
Bigant5 writes:
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Buick has the top of the line 3rd row SUV with all the benefits you could ask for. Love how it drives and handles and the interior is 2nd to none if your looking for the right price and high end SUV this is your SUV.

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Guru9T2HGX writes:
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The 2015 buick enclave premier package has all the bells and whistles I was looking for. The ambient lighting is awesome.

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Betty writes:
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I absolutely love this car it runs and drives great has a lot of extra features the only thing this is missing is navigation and I really do wish it had navigation so I did not have to use my phone

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2015 Buick EnclaveReview
tjotto writes:
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Excellent. Reliable and trouble free. Excellent tires and interior is clean

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Guru952Z15 writes:
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Loved it. Seems like a really nice car for the price

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2015 Buick EnclaveReview
claudia writes:
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Good choice dodge Durango does two with tv,s sistem .

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2015 Buick EnclaveReview
GuruFZ8YS writes:
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Love the car. I do not like leather seats so that is a big plus. Price is a little high for me. Also looking at a Buick LeCross that would work for me, smaller but several thousand cheaper. My preference is the Enclave, but my budget says LeCross.

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2015 Buick EnclaveReview
Steven writes:
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Great car. Drives & rides like a new vehicle. Good dealership.

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2015 Buick Enclave Premium FWDReview
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Very Happy At 8,000 —

We shopped over a year, taking time since nothing was wrong with the car we were replacing, a 2010 Cadillac CTS. We wound up looking at two different "sets" of vehicles. The top three in the less expensive set were the Subaru Forester, the Honda Crosstour, and the Toyota Highlander. The top three we wound up picking from were the Buick we bought, the Cadillac SRX, and the Ford Explorer. Two reasons for trading. 1. My shot knees were making exit from the Cadillac painful, so I needed something higher. 2. We were interested in the new safety tech that has come along since our last purchase in 2010. We have not had the Enclave long enough to have an opinion on durability, but we've had zero problems and the dealer will service it for free for two years, so we don't even pay for oil. We rejected the Ford because of the awful Consumer Reports frequency of repair ratings combined with a warranty inferior to the Buick and the Cadillac. (FYI: I did not fit in a Lexus or Accura. Mercedes and BMW required purchase of too much we did not want to get the tech we wanted.) The exit problem was solved in all three of the top contenders. The Cadillac handled best of the three, but the Buick is no slouch for its size. It hauls way more than the Cadillac and was slightly more comfortable to exit. While in them, comfort was a wash. We are right now on our first long road trip, Texas to Minnesota. The Enclave is producing about 19 mpg city and 26 mpg highway on regular gas, slightly less than our CTS when hauling a lot more weight. Highway comfort is superb, as is handling. We are really getting spoiled by the blind spot radar, but I would not have this vehicle without it. The blind spot is huge. Of all the vehicles we shopped, only the Subaru did not offer this, but we still ranked the Subaru highly because it did not have a blind spot. I wish the anti-tailgating gizmo had a more sensitive setting. We have it on most sensitive and the green icon does not turn yellow soon enough for safety. When it gives you a collision alert, it does get your attention. Same thing with the back up version. I had not had the car a week when the back up device warned me of a dog that was not visible on the back up camera! I love how the icon in the outside review mirror goes bananas if you engage a turn signal when somebody is in your blind spot. Both of the reasons we bought this car are so far A plus. We have the tow package but have not used it yet. Will update this review if anything changes. This is fairly soon to be reviewing. I was waiting for a long road trip.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: ease of entry and exit, roomy, comfort

Cons: fuel economy could be better

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2015 Buick Enclave Review
Steve says:
vs2015 Lincoln MKT
2015 Buick Enclave winning categories:
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Power Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"The ecoboost in the Lincoln is a hot rod !!!!!!!"
Handling Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"Adaptive speed control added to a great handling car."
Looks/Style Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT worse.
"I really dont think it is but was attempting to be fair to what the masses say. The MKT look ,which I love, is polarizing."
Front Seats Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"Multi position and more on MKT. Deeper ,wider seats on Lincoln"
Back Seats Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"deeper and more comfortable"
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"more storage and space available"
Family Car Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"Seating for 7...Great auto fold function.Reverse seating for sports & outside functions"
Value Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"ACTIVE SELF PARK,,,ADD CRUISE...MORE OPTIONS FOR THE SAME BASIS BUICK"
Would Buy Ranked 2015 Lincoln MKT better.
"Just a better car. The ecoboost is a hot rod. active cruise is great...all the options on this one"

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Reviews From Other Years

2020 Buick Enclave Reviews

Review By Kita

I love it I have the basic version so I’m sure I’d love it even more if it were equipped with all the amazing features I read about in the manual. Read More

Review By Marsha

I love the way a Buick enclave drive and ride the smoothness of it the pleasure of putting your hands on the wheels putting your feet on the pedal and pushing down to go what a very wonderful unique a... Read More

2019 Buick Enclave Reviews

Review By davedebbie

This was exactly as stated on the Car Gurus app. Read More

Review By Nathan

Wife loves the car. Has the style that she loves. Read More

2018 Buick Enclave Reviews

Review By Guru9B5JF4

Only concern, back up camera image much too hazy, my Ram 1500 has a very bright and clear image. I see no reason why Buick could not have done the same thing. After looking at several reviews, mine ... Read More

Review By L Joan

Not sure what I want yet or when. Im waiting for better/lower pricing. Low mileage and I have a great 2012 GMC Terrain Trade in. High miles 234,000 K, all long distance (Snow Bird). My car is g... Read More

2017 Buick Enclave Reviews

Review By clarkm1c

Enough technology while maintaining the common sense operation of the vehicle. Comfortable seats and other interior. Sturdy and smooth ride with easy handling for the driver. Read More

Review By Guru9B4NYP

nice ride handles well , very quite and comfortable . Read More

2016 Buick Enclave Reviews

Review By Steven

Car was as described with lots of extras and an excellent value. Read More

Review By Ladypat37

Compared to our 2010 Buick Enclave. We liked it so much we traded for a 2016. Love it! The navigation is wonderful! Read More

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