The Verano is a relatively new addition to the Buick lineup, entering production in 2011 and designed to satisfy the needs of those wanting a more compact and lower-priced luxury car. With its sleek, sculpted shape and waterfall grille, it is an attractive and affordable sedan for those who crave the latest in luxury without the steep price tag. The 2017 Verano is sure to please sport sedan enthusiasts everywhere.
The base Verano comes with some impressive features such as 17-inch multispoke alloys with sterling silver finish, laminated solar-absorbing acoustic glass, daytime running lamps, halogen projector beam headlights, and power mirrors.
All Veranos, regardless of trim, have the same engine. The 2.4-liter 4-cylinder motor features Spark Ignition Direct Injection and VVT (variable valve timing). This engine manages a formidable 180 horsepower output and 171 lb.-ft. of torque.
The Verano’s performance begins at the pump with its impressive 31 miles per gallon on the highway. ECOTEC technology helps reduce emissions, further improving overall efficiency.
Comfort is key in the Verano, and the base model includes dual-zone climate control, eight-way driver’s seat adjustment, six-speaker audio, ambient lighting, color-keyed front and rear carpeted floor mats, sill plates, electronic parking brake, and steering wheel controls for audio, phone, and cruise control.
Buick is dedicated to providing the utmost in safety for both driver and passengers. Standard safety features include ten airbags, rear child door locks, LATCH child seat tethers, OnStar emergency assist technology, and tire pressure monitoring.