The all-new 2012 Buick Verano reduced extravagance vehicle, the brand's third new model in the previous two years and first in the minimized extravagance portion, makes its introduction at the 2011 North American International Auto Show.
Buick Verano goes at a bargain in the final quarter of 2011, the most recent model in an item renaissance that started with the Enclave and proceeded with the LaCrosse and Regal. Like them, Buick Verano is recognized by extravagance and innovation, including 10 standard air sacks, an accessible warmed controlling haggle cutting edge radio framework with OnStar-fueled network that empowers consistent correspondence between the Buick Verano and the driver's advanced mobile phone.
"Verano expands our lineup, continues Buick's momentum and gives us a great opportunity to attract a new generation of customers with a product that delivers on their expectations for design, performance and technology," said John Schwegman, vice president of Buick marketing. "It is a smart choice that delivers unexpected luxury in a compact sedan - and it will compete head-to-head with competitors from Audi and Lexus."