2015 Buick Enclave Values
Select a 2015 Buick Enclave trim level
2015 model year changes
The Buick Enclave received a major revision for 2013 and subtle changes last year. It carries over into 2015 relatively unchanged, though the Convenience trim disappears from all-wheel drive models, while a heated steering wheel is now available. The Enclave starts at $39,050.
Available all-wheel drive; spacious, luxurious interior; 3-row seating; quiet ride; standard safety features
Special features for 2015
The Buick Enclave luxury crossover is packaged well, so that even as a mid-sized vehicle, it will seat up to eight passengers, which puts it up against larger SUVs. The Enclave borrows a lot from many of the luxury cars available from Buick, and it provides healthy competition for models from Lexus, Acura and Lincoln. With a state-of-the-art infotainment system capable of connecting to most modern devices and plenty of soft touch, high-quality interior materials, the Buick Enclave feels every bit the luxury vehicle. However, with available all-wheel-drive and better ground clearance than most minivans, the Enclave is surprisingly practical.