Buick is offering an extensive freshening of the Encore subcompact crossover for the 2017 model year, bidding to extend the surprising sales success of the brand's top selling vehicle.
General Motors has unveiled its refreshed 2017 Buick Encore, but you’ll have to muscle your way through a mob of leering frat boys in order to catch a peek.
Official images and information about Buick's updated Encore have emerged, and it's quite clear we're looking at a more refined and better connected car than before.
The hot-selling small SUV gets a new face and updated interior.
Buick revealed the updated crossover today in advance of the New York International Auto Show.
Buick’s Encore has been a major hit for the brand.
The best-selling Buick, at over one-third of North-American sales is coincidentally the nation’s best-selling small CUV, so to reward its little trooper, for 2017 the brand has bought it a stem-and-stern fluff-n-buff with a bunch of interior spiffs to boot. It all looks lovely, but even when we squint at this stubby little spud we have trouble appreciating “cues first shown on the award-winning Avenir and Avista concepts,” which design director Holt Ware says informed the design.
Buick is set to give a new face and more to the best-selling model in it line-up.
Following the reveal of the new Opel Mokka in Geneva, Buick is giving the small crossover an Encore performance at the New York Auto Show this week, complete with a fresh face and updated equipment.
2016 New York International Auto Show A refreshed ’17 Buick Encore moves in as the headliner for GM in the Big Apple.