2014 Buick EncoreRodney Tod - Sun City, CA11/30/2016
Very efficient. 28 mpg combined, 35 to 38 freeway on California gas, which always gives you less due to the additives. It has a big car feel inside even though its small. And, inside just feels luxurious. It needs more power, but the trade off for everything else is ok with me. Its just a very nice car that offers room, luxury, and great mileage for an SUV...or any car for that matter.
Has a nice ride and good acceleration for a compact SUV with a small engine. Turbo boost helped with passing on the interstate, if your long legged may not be best choice as leg room for getting in and out limited. Would move up to the Enclave for that. Cargo room quite small until you fold seats down. Had to have sheet lumber pre cut to no larger then 2x6 ft lengths to haul. Again Enclave would make a difference but my wife loves the compact size especially in parking lots.
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