The 2015 Encore is something you might not expect from Buick, a compact crossover SUV. See all the new Buicks at Gainesville Buick GMC, located not far from Palatka, Lake, City, Ocala, or Newberry, FL, right here in Gainesville.
Nissan recently updated the Rogue crossover, but it just doesn’t have the premium feel you get in a Buick Encore.
One of the best features of the Encore is its small footprint; you won’t believe how easy it is to park. Compared to the Rogue, it is over 12 inches shorter, plus narrower and lower too. When maneuvering into tight spots, the Encore has a turning circle nearly a 10 inches smaller too. Yet both of these vehicles will seat 5 passengers.
The base price of these 2 cars is only about $1,000 different, but Buick gives you a lot for that money. For starters you get a leather-wrapped steering wheel, synthetic leather trimmed seats, and alloy wheels for a more premium look. Then Buick also gives you OnStar with Wi-Fi, satellite radio, and the IntelliLink 7” touchscreen infotainment system with voice commands and smartphone apps. Some of these features are available on upper trim level Rogues, but some are exclusively Buick, like OnStar.
You get better customer service and warranty coverage from Buick too. The first 2 years or 24k miles of regular maintenance is free with the Encore, and roadside assistance is included for the first 6 years or 70k miles. Nissan does not offer either of these. Buick’s comprehensive warranty coverage lasts a full year or 14k miles more than Nissan’s, and the powertrain coverage is good for a year or 10k miles more than the Rogue’s.
The 2015 Buick Encore is the perfect small car for getting around the city, and parking in tight spots but it packs a large amount of luxury. Gainesville Buick GMC can save you a large amount of money on this small crossover, so get down to Gainesville, FL today from Palatka, Ocala, Lake City, or Newberry.View Inventory