Buick has found itself a lucrative niche in the marketplace as a maker of understatedly attractive, premium vehicles that land someplace between mainstream Chevys and pricey Cadillacs in GM's world. The Buick lineup isn't huge, but it features crossovers in the three most popular sizes, from the cute, subcompact Encore to the compact Envision to the roomy, three-row mid-size Enclave. Read our Buick reviews below for pricing, specs, and more information.
Buyers who see a BMW or a Mercedes-Benz as too flashy will find a lower-key—but also lower-grade—version of luxury in the 2022 Buick Enclave SUV.
Do not confuse the Encore with the newer and ever-so-slightly larger Encore GX; the standard 2022 Encore serves as the entry point to GM's semi-luxury SUV brand.
Slotting in above the small Encore in the Buick SUV lineup, the 2022 Encore GX offers the brand's semi-luxury attributes in a handsome, compact package.
Although, technically, it shares a segment with heavy hitters from Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz the 2022 Buick Envision occupies an odd space between mainstream and luxury.
The 2021 Buick Enclave aspires to be a luxurious family truckster, but it doesn't meet expectations set by rivals with more desirable badges.
The Encore is the smallest of Buick's SUV lineup and it does a respectable job of emulating the pseudo-luxury feel of its big sibs, the Envision and Enclave.
Buick offers attractive and comfortable SUVs that straddle the line between mainstream and luxury, with the 2021 Encore GX occupying the smaller end of the lineup.
Handsome styling and the addition of a posh Avenir trim meant to thrust the 2021 Buick Envision into legitimate contention with luxury SUVs it still needs more.
Taken on its own, the Buick Enclave presents as a nicely equipped, semi-luxurious, child-toting family truckster.
The Encore has a pleasant ride and great infotainment making it semi-luxurious, but its weak engine detracts from the experience.
The 2020 Buick Encore GX is an in-between SUV from an in-between brand, straddling both the luxury and mainstream markets and the subcompact and compact segments.
The Envision is classier than most mainstream alternatives, but its comfy, quiet cabin and unassuming personality mostly appeal to introverts.
Despite its above-average driving dynamics and potent V-6 engine, the 2020 Buick Regal GS can't recreate the excitement found on the legendary GS models of old.
Despite its comfy cabin and sleek styling, the Regal Sportback lacks the luxuriousness and sportiness its image suggests.
The 2020 Buick Regal TourX is worth consideration if you're looking for a mid-size wagon with a quiet cabin and loads of cargo space.
A crossover in more ways than one, the 2019 Buick Enclave is part car, part SUV, part luxury, part mainstream—and part Chevrolet.
Slotting into the Buick SUV lineup, the Encore distills the almost-luxury ambience of its older brothers into a bite-sized niblet.
With a stylish cabin and a roomy back seat, the Envision quietly isolates you from the real world—in other words, it's a Buick.
Old-school Buick luxury isn't evident in every vehicle bearing the tri-shield badge, but, for better or worse, the 2019 Buick LaCrosse has it in abundance.
Despite its performance-oriented nameplate, the sportiest Regal can't recreate the excitement found on the legendary Buick GS models of old.
The 2019 Buick Regal Sportback is a car that defies expectations: it looks like a stylish sedan, but it's actually a hatchback with an SUV-rivaling amount of cargo space.
Buick is doubling down on its Regal bet by offering the TourX wagon alongside the four-door Sportback.
Buick knows that sometimes it's more fun to drop your top—hence the Cascada.
The Cascada is attractive and well-equipped, but it's held back by poky acceleration and outdated technology.
The 2018 Buick Enclave offers handsome styling, lots of cargo space, and a comfortable ride, but its interior quality lags behind many luxury-class rivals.
The 2018 Buick Encore provides a comfortable ride, plenty of cargo room, a wealth of tech features, and a pleasant, although not truly luxurious, interior.
With its quiet ride, conservative design, and lack of sporting pretensions, the unassuming Envision will mostly appeal to introverts.
The 2018 Buick LaCrosse is a good choice for those seeking near-luxury in a traditional package, although the overly soft ride might not appeal to some buyers.
The 2018 Buick Regal Sportback boasts sporty styling, strong engines, and loads of cargo space, but it's let down by vague handling and poor interior materials.
The 2018 Regal GS is Buick's answer to German sport sedans from Audi and BMW, complete with its own European-derived chassis and a 310-hp V-6 engine.
With its dapper station-wagon style, roomy interior, and large cargo area, the Regal TourX offers a viable alternative to the ubiquitous crossovers.
The Cascada will suit buyers more interested in leisurely, top-down cruising than sporty performance.
The Enclave offers a smooth ride and an abundance of space for people and cargo, but it's overdue for an update.
The Encore provides a comfortable ride, decent cargo room, and a wealth of tech features, but its interior falls just short of true luxury.
Although a step up from mainstream SUVs, the Envision doesn't quite reach its luxury-class intentions.
The LaCrosse is a handsome American sedan, with a host of standard features, that provides traditional ride and handling.
With a chassis engineered in Europe, the Regal supplies a credibly athletic sedan to Buick showrooms.
The Regal GS offers a comfortable ride and lots of standard features, but it's not as sporty or as luxurious as it should be.
Take Buick’s serene, smooth-riding luxury and distill it into a compact size, and you get the Verano.
The front-drive Lucerne shares its platform with the Cadillac DTS and is a traditional American luxury sedan.