2016 Buick Enclave Values

Select a 2016 Buick Enclave trim level

2016 model year changes

The Buick Enclave carries over into 2016 mostly unchanged. A new Tuscan Edition adds 20" wheels with bronze accents and a bronze-toned grille.

Competitive comparison

Available all-wheel drive; spacious, luxurious interior; 3-row seating; quiet ride; standard safety features

Special features for 2016

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.
The Buick Enclave is a full-sized crossover SUV that can seat seven and that comes in three different trim levels. Second-row captain’s chairs can be subbed out for a bench, increasing the seating to eight. Standard equipment includes: 18” alloy wheels, automated xenon headlamps, privacy glass in the rear, powered rear lift gate, heated and powered side mirrors, triple-zone climate control, parking sensors (rear), powered driver seat and passenger seat, tilt and telescope steering wheel, auto-dim rearview mirror and basic audio system. Step up to a higher trim level or add on some options, and you can get OnStar, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, back-up camera with 6.5” touchscreen, smartphone integration, larger (up to) 20” wheels, collision mitigation system, leather upholstery, 10-speaker premium Bose audio system and more. Under the hood is a 3.6-liter V6 engine that’s rated at 288 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque.