The 2015 Buick Verano is chock full of luxury features, but it fits them all into a compact car and still has room for 5. Take one for a test drive at Gainesville Buick GMC, and see for yourself what’s new at Buick. Our Gainesville showroom is conveniently located just a short drive from Lake City, Newberry, Ocala, and Palatka, FL.
Chevy’s 2015 Cruze is similar in size and specification to the Verano, but the Buick looks better and gives you more for your money at every trim level.
Look at these 2 cars next to each other, and you will see they are nearly the same size, but they are miles apart in style. The Chevy is a nice compact economy car. The Buick Verano is a luxury car that just happens to be small in size. The interiors differ in the same way, with the Cruze being comfortable and functional, and the Buick being stylish and classy.
Both cars come standard with a 4-cylinder motor, and have an optional turbo upgrade. The Buick has a 2.4-liter four-cylinder standard making 145hp, and the optional motor is a 2.0-liter turbo I4 with 250hp. Chevy gives you a standard 1.8-liter I4 with 138hp, and the turbo motor is a 1.4-liter I4 with the same power, but 24lb-ft more torque. You don’t get a lot more fuel economy by choosing the Chevy either, just 1 mpg city/3 highway extra with the base motors.
There is no denying the base price of the least expensive Cruze L is thousands less than the Verano, but that model does not even have an automatic transmission option. A Cruze LS with auto is about $2000 less than the base Verano, but here are some of the features you don’t get:
The 2015 Buick Verano proves that a small car can still be every bit a Buick, with all the features you expect. If you haven’t seen the new Buicks, you need to get down to Gainesville Buick GMC and check out the newest models on our Gainesville, FL lot.View Inventory