2015 Buick Encore Values

Select a 2015 Buick Encore trim level

2015 model year changes

Following its 2013 debut, the Buick Encore has received few changes since, and moves into 2015 essentially the same. In-car wireless Wi-Fi is new and standard this year.

Competitive comparison

Quiet; refined; great fuel economy; spacious; lots of standard features; available all-wheel drive

Special features for 2015

The Buick Encore competes with other small SUVs and crossovers as well as with some of the more premium small cars available on the market. It offers buyers an appealing blend of small size, luxury and SUV-like practicality. All-wheel drive is available, but the Buick is less about off-roading and more about cruising safely in comfort. Luxury-oriented touches abound that usually are reserved for cars costing much more. The Encore is a great value, with base prices starting under $25,000.
The Buick Encore offers a lot of bang for the buck and comes in four trim levels: Base, Convenience, Leather and Premium. With the base model, you’ll get 18” alloy wheels that are painted, heated mirrors on the side, full power accessories, powered front seats, OnStar system, including IntelliLink 6” touchscreen navigation console and USB/iPod/Bluetooth integration with six-speaker audio system. Upgrade to a more luxurious trim level and enjoy added features like fog lights, the new blind spot warning system, remote start, two-zone climate control (automatic), standard home power outlets (120-volt), leather heated seating (front heated seats only), collision and lane departure warning systems, and premium Bose surround sound system. You can also choose to add a powered sunroof and roof rack rails, too. A turbocharged 1.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine that makes 138 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque powers the Buick, delivering an exceptional 25 mpg combined. All Buicks come with an extendable 36-month/36,000-mile bumper-to-bumper warranty.