2015 Buick Verano Reviews, Prices and Pictures

September 5th, 2014 | Category: Buick | 2430 Views

2015 Buick Verano Reviews, Prices and Pictures – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the Buick Verano Concept. 2015 Buick Verano changes is one brand new car from Buick that was released in 2015. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Buick Verano Release Date.

2015 Buick Verano Car Review and Release Date

The Verano came to the Buick lineup right on time. With true luxury brands like Audi and Mercedes-Benz becoming more invested in compact sedans, Buick already has an option that might even be quieter on the road and richer in feel.

A phenomenally refined, comfortable, quiet interior distinguishes the Verano from less-expensive compact sedans. Quiet Tuning is a keyword at Buick, and it describes much of the Verano’s personality. With its meticulous sound-deadening measures, like triple-sealed doors, laminated side glass, an acoustic windshield, and various foams, baffles, and mats, the Verano is very, very quiet inside. Buick has worked to isolate road, wind, and engine noise, so even if you’re driving the Verano hard, on some of the coarsest surfaces, you’ll be able to have a soft-spoken conversation.

2015 Buick Verano Price

Pricing for the new 2015 Buick Verano has been set at $30,000 – $35,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Buick Verano we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2015 Buick Verano Features

2015 Buick Verano Interior

Interior appointments are worthy of being compared to those of any luxury car this size. The front-wheel-drive layout grants the Verano a very spacious interior. Front seats are superb, with all-day support for a wide range of drivers, along with plenty of seat travel and headroom for the tallest drivers. Rear seats are well contoured for adults, too; the only thing that calls the Verano out as a compact is the need to compromise legroom between front and rear if there are several lanky occupants riding at once. Trunk space is large and well-shaped, and rear seatbacks fold forward nearly flat, with a wide opening.

Crash-test ratings from the NHTSA come in at five stars overall, but the Verano no longer rates as an IIHS Top Safety Pick, since it hasn’t been subjected to the new small-overlap crash test. Equipment-wise, it’s all here: ten standard airbags, electronic stability control, and anti-lock braking with brake assist, as well as OnStar Automatic Crash Response. Rear parking assist is available, and a rearview camera is standard; Turbos have blind-spot monitors standard, too.

The Verano is clearly not a Cadillac, but it’s not priced as one either. Starting in the low $20,000s, the Verano comes equipped with an impressive roster of features, including dual-zone automatic climate control, steering-wheel controls, Bluetooth, a USB input, and the Buick IntelliLink touch-screen interface, which includes voice controls as well as Pandora and Stitcher apps. A Convenience Group adds heated side mirrors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, heated front seats, and rear parking assist, while a Leather Group adds a driver power seat, Bose surround sound audio, push-button keyless start, and premium leather upholstery. All that comes standard on the Turbo. A heated steering wheel and nav system are among the few options, with a fully loaded Verano priced well under $30,000, where the Turbo price begins.

2015 Buick Verano Concept

2015 Buick Verano Exterior

The distinctions in exterior and interior styling tend to make the Verano look like a larger car than it is, or than the Cruze. It’s all in some well-conceived details that underplay to the Verano’s long roofline. The grille and headlamps are atypically small for GM as of late, but still cleanly faired into the Verano’s sculpted nose. It’s a handsome look that’s just generic enough to woo new buyers to Buick.

Control over the infotainment features is handled by Buick’s IntelliLink, which connects its LCD touchscreen and Bluetooth to the user’s smartphone. When it’s paired, the car’s touchscreen, steering-wheel controls, and voice become the interface for media, hands-free calling, and navigation when it’s so outfitted. IntelliLink has a cleaner, less confusing layout than some other systems, and it’s configurable to a degree you can place icons for apps like Pandora and Stitcher among those for AM, FM, and XM.

2015 Buick Verano Changes

2015 Buick Verano Engine

A 180-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine is standard on the Verano. Not quick by any means, it’s capable only of 0-60 mph times of about 8.6 seconds, but the front-driver feels a little more eager than that, thanks to a responsive six-speed automatic and an overall level of refinement that’s easily among the best in its segment, if not the best.

The 2015 Buick Verano comes with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that produces 180 horsepower. A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 250 horsepower is available. Front-wheel drive and a six-speed automatic transmission are standard. A six-speed manual is available with the turbocharged engine. The base 2015 Buick Verano earns an EPA-estimated 21/32 mpg city/highway, while turbo models make 21/30 mpg.

The five-seat 2015 Buick Verano comes with a new OnStar 4G LTE telematics system with a built-in Wi-Fi hot spot and a 90-day trial subscription of three gigabytes of data per month. Other standard features include dual-zone automatic climate control, 10 air bags, a rearview camera and Bluetooth. Buick’s standard Intellilink infotainment system comes with a 7-inch touch screen, text messaging alerts for smartphones and Siri Eyes Free integration, which enables iPhone iOS 6 and 7 users to respond to text messages and control music using voice commands. A navigation system, heated front seats, leather upholstery, a heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel and rear park assist are optional.

The 250-horsepower Turbo changes the mood of the even-tempered base car, lifting its tepid performance into something more interesting. It’s good for 0-60 mph times of 6.2 seconds, and top speed drifts up to about 129 mph, with almost no perception of lag or audible change from the engine bay. There’s a manual transmission available, but it’s not common on lots.

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