2013 Buick Enclave: Photo Gallery

2013 Buick Enclave

The 2013 Buick Enclave gets the same treatment that its sibling crossovers — the Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia — received for the model year, including a new face and interior updates.

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The Enclave is the only one of the trio to get the new front center airbag as standard equipment. The Enclave also gets the new IntelliLink multimedia system standard, too.

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Comments 

sheth

everything except the fake wood looks good.

d

i think the front end is more generic looking...& they shouldn't given it the Lacrosse's steering wheel!

d

*should've

Jeff

Really like the interior.

sheth

a steering wheel change would've been nice. they shouldve added push button start as well.

Chris

I own a 2011 Enclave and a 2010 LaCrosse. I was hoping the Enclave update would have the features of the LaCrosse like heads-up display and push button start/proximity key. Looks like I'll be waiting to upgrade the Enclave or go another direction.

They should have went with a full re-design. The Infiniti JX costs the same, looks better, and has more features. The stereo surround and center console is a really bad design.

Al. G

A agree with Sheth on that fake wood. Hideous! But the rest of the vehicle works. Way to go Buick.

B.F

Looks good except fake wood and interior materials still look plasticky. Inteior should look more upscale if it wants to compete in luxury market. Better than it was, more to go.

Jake

I'm with Sheth, and others. Great redesign. I'd buy. But my love for the redesign ends with that hideous new woodgrain pattern. I can't take it! I'd buy the car, then buy an aftermarket trim kit to cover it up. But overall I'm pleased.

Nick

One would have thought that GM would have learned it's lesson about the beancounting disaster in the 90's. That fake wood grain is hideous. I don't think even Lumber Liquidators or Big Lots would carry something so tacky looking. Ouch!! What genius manager approved that??

Brad

I have a 2012 Buick Enclave and it looks EXACTLY the same as this model, other than the new front and the awful looking wood trim (the 12' model trim looks much much better.. this almost looks like cheetah print...gross). I LOVE the crossover other then a few small details (not enough leg room in the back seats, etc.). Kind of disappointed in Buick.. Don't see how this is any different from the previous year's model..

Jean

I bought this vehicle today...and told the sales person that I really felt for $49K I shouldn't be using a KEY...lol I will say that not all of the wood looks like this one. My is more "refined" if you will...pretty typical looking...it's not as shown above for sure.

Jean

I should say I purchased the 2013 Enclave today....

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