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The 2014 Buick Enclave ranks 1 out of 21 Affordable Midsize SUVs. This ranking is based on our analysis of published reviews and test drives of the Buick Enclave, as well as reliability and safety data.
The 2014 Buick Enclave impresses reviewers with its refined handling and classy interior. Those traits, combined with an excellent safety score, make the Enclave highly recommended among affordable midsize SUVs.
The 2014 Buick Enclave is powered by a V6 engine that reviewers say has sufficient power for all driving situations. A six-speed automatic transmission is standard, and most reviewers are pleased with its quick, smooth shifts. At up to an EPA-estimated 17/24 mpg city/highway, the Enclave’s fuel economy is about average for the class. Most critics are pleased with the Enclave’s ride, noting that it is very comfortable without feeling spongy or too soft. Reviewers are equally pleased with the feel and responsiveness of the brakes and steering, though one reviewer cautions that, due to its size, the Enclave can be somewhat difficult to maneuver through tight spaces.
Large crossover SUVs have become the vehicle of choice for many large families. It’s easy to see why, as these crossovers offer plenty of room inside for passengers and their belongings, as well as the availability of all-wheel drive to get them confidently to their destinations in foul weather conditions. Among these new-age station wagons, the 2014 Buick Enclave stands as a sensible choice, particularly if you want something that’s upscale but still significantly less expensive than the full-on luxury crossovers from various European and Japanese automakers.
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The 2014 Buick Enclave is a full size crossover that essentially comes in three trim levels that are referred to as groups: Convenience, Leather and Premium.
Standard electronic features include OnStar telematics, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, a rearview camera, a 6.5-inch touchscreen display, Buick’s IntelliLink electronics interface (which includes voice control and smartphone radio app integration), dual USB charge ports (on the rear of the center console) and a six-speaker sound system that includes a CD player, an auxiliary audio jack, an iPod/USB audio interface and satellite radio.
The top of the line Premium Group includes all the above plus adaptive headlights, power folding and auto-dimming mirrors, a blind-spot monitoring system, a rear cross traffic alert system, forward collision alert system, lane departure warning system, a power adjustable steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats and a 10 speaker Bose sound system (optional on Leather Group).
Options on the Leather and Premium groups include 20-inch wheels, a dual-panel sunroof, a rear-seat entertainment system, a 110-volt power outlet, a Bose surround-sound audio system and a navigation system integrated into IntelliLink.
Reviewers like the design of the Enclave’s cabin, and are pleased with the ample use of premium materials throughout. The Enclave can seat up to eight people and reviewers report that the front seats are comfortable, the second-row seats are spacious enough for three-across seating, and adults can fit in the third row if needed. The Enclave also offers an abundance of cargo space for a midsize SUV. As a whole, the Enclave’s interior features, including the standard infotainment system, earn reviewer praise for their ease of use. The Enclave’s standard features include Buick’s IntelliLink infotainment system, Bluetooth, a USB port, satellite radio, a backup camera, rear parking sensors and tri-zone automatic climate control. Optional features include a 10-speaker Bose stereo, navigation, forward collision alert, lane departure warning, blind zone alert and a rear-seat entertainment system.
One look at the 2014 Enclave and you’ll believe in love at first sight. Sculpted lines, a Buick-signature black chrome waterfall grille, LED-accented headlights and a host of brilliantly executed details give Enclave a dynamic presence in the class.
The Enclave’s part of a trio of big GM crossovers, and to us, it’s the most appealing. It never had to grow on us: the hints of Coke-bottle curve in its sides, the waterfall grille gave it a personality far enough removed from the rugged-looking GMC Acadia or the anodyne Chevy Traverse, two vehicles that share all their innards with the Enclave. A light refresh last year, with a new grille and LED lighting, haven’t changed much. Inside the Enclave glows like it’s just undergone rejuvenation it has and the soft-touch dash and big touchscreen spoon together famously. The Enclave’s crossover credentials make it a player, too. It seats up to eight passengers and lots of standard features to go with its acceptable gas mileage and predictable handling. The seating configuration and flexibility inside the Enclave remains the same, and that’s just fine. It’s a strength of this big minivan replacement. The front seats add ventilation as an option, and with seating up to eight, the Enclave’s an excellent family wagon, though the third-row seat isn’t a place we’d choose to sit for hours on end. There’s over 23 cubic feet of space behind the third row, and if you fold the second and third rows there’s over 115 cubic feet of cargo space. It all folds down neatly and flat and is just begging for outings to big-box stores.
Every 2014 Buick Enclave comes standard with a 3.6-liter V6 that produces 288 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive are standard, while all wheel drive is an option. Properly equipped, the Enclave can tow 4,500 pounds.
In Neocarsuv performance testing, an all wheel drive Enclave went from zero to 60 mph in 8.6 seconds, which is on par with other large crossovers with a base V6. Nothing’s changed under the Enclave’s skin for 2014. It still spins out the same 288 horsepower as before from its standard-issue 3.6-liter V-6, and reins it in with a six-speed automatic, channeled to either the front wheels or all four wheels. The transmission lost some of its indecisiveness last year there’s much less hunting through upper gears and the powertrain never really struggles to tap cruising speed despite a hefty curb weight. Gas mileage of 24 mpg highway max is on par with other big crossovers.