2015 Buick Verano Price, Review

Because the Verano is based on an European car it is very quiet, comfortable and offers a nice selection of materials and interior equipment. The 2015 Buick Verano is a car that is quieter than any car in its class or even more expensive cars, it features a very nice interior with premium materials and also an appealing exterior. The car is released on the market somewhere at the end of 2014 at a base price of around $24.000 which to be frank is not that much considering what you get.

2015 Buick Verano

2015 Buick Verano review


The Verano has been improved over the current model and has a few differences. The front is changed in order to better suit the Buick design while the back of the car has been improved. You will get LED lights both in the front and rear as standard as well as 17 inch wheels. Options include 19 inch wheels, color matching trims as well as privacy glass.

2015 Buick Verano


Standard equipment on the 2015 Buick Verano include cloth upholstery with heated and electric front seats, automated climate control and a pretty good audio system. If you’d like, you can get a satellite navigation system with a 7 inch screen, a rear view camera, premium audio system with a subwoofer and also leather upholstery. Also, for around 700$ you will get LTE connectivity in your car with unlimited data. This can either be used by the integrated infotainment system or by the Wi-Fi hot-spot.

2015 Buick Verano

2015 Buick Verano turbo

There are two options from which you can choose. The base 2.4 liter is quite smooth, offers enough torque to be daily driven but it is quite slow in response. It offers around 180 horsepower and 232 N*m of torque. The other one is a 2 liter turbocharged unit that develops 250 horsepower and 353 N*m of torque, making it more suitable for this type of car.

Fuel consumption is also good. The base engine being able to return around 25 MPG on average while the turbocharged and more powerful 2 liter unit can offer around 27 MPG. This means that it is a much better choice if the cost is not a problem.

2015 Buick Verano turbo

The standard gearbox both for the base engine and for the turbocharged one is a 6 speed automatic unit. It is quite good, fast enough for most people and reasonably quiet. It’s only drawback is the fact that sometimes it isn’t as smooth as it could. The turbocharged engine also gets the optional 6 speed manual that is better in every way than the automatic but it needs constant changing in order to make the car go!

More details: http://www.thecarconnection.com/overview/buick_verano_2015?preview=true#image=100468923

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