Buick Encore

Southtowne Motors would like you to know all you need to know about a car before you buy it. That’s why we’ve put together a list of benefits of the 2013 Buick Encore that you can use to decide if this car is right for you.

The Buick Encore (2013) is a family car. It’s made to travel with children, partners, and pets. As far as pricing goes, it starts at a low $24,200, which is less than many other popular family vehicles.

This 5-passenger crossover is a luxury car, and it has technology, storage, and an ingenious design that you’ll love. With technology like a rearview camera system that can help you see behind you to parking assist, this vehicle has the items that are important to you without overloading you with options. Rainsense wipers make it easier to see in sudden rains, and memory seats and mirrors help you stay comfortable during the ride.

Of course, technology isn’t all you’re concerned about. How about your family’s safety? The 2013 Buick Encore has 10 airbags as a standard, and with alerts, like Forward Collision Alert and Lane Departure Warnings, you’ll stay safer on the road than ever. All-wheel drive helps you navigate through rough or slippery terrain; all of these together keep you and your family safe. And, don’t forget the 6-month subscription to OnStar, which will send help to you in case of an accident, or they can simply help you navigate to your desination.

While technology and safety are paramount, the performance of the vehicle leaves little to be desired. WIth a 1.4L ECOTEC 138-hp turbocharged engine, this Buick can get you where you need to go in a flash. All-wheel drive makes it easier to handle the car, and better traction keeps you firmly on the road. With an EPA-estimated 25 mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway, this is an economical choice that you’ll love.

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