2016 Buick Verano Values

Select a 2016 Buick Verano trim level

2016 model year changes

For 2016, the Buick Verano carries over from last year. Three new colors are available for 2016, Crystal Red Tintcoat, Ebony Twilight Metallic and Graphite Gray Metallic.

Competitive comparison

Quiet, refined interior; responsive powertrains; crisp handling yet smooth ride; well-orchestrated connectivity and navigation features; very strong value for the money

Special features for 2016

The 2016 Buick Verano is at the leading edge of a new kind of sedan -- one that's compact, yet refined, comfort-oriented and luxurious, yet at a price that's a bit lower than traditional luxury brands. At the same time, the Verano Turbo can accelerate to 60 mph in just 6.2 seconds and the available manual gearbox gives it credibility as a sport sedan. The Verano also stands out from other upscale compact sedans through Buick's Quiet Tuning approach, which emphasizes isolation, smoothness and quiet for the cabin, and for its feature set, which is remarkably complete for a sedan in this price range -- including some impressive connectivity and safety technology.
The Buick Verano seats five and comes in four trim levels with plenty of options that can be added on. Standard outfitting in the base model includes: 17” premium alloy wheels, remote entry/start, two-zone climate control, split and folding rear seating, parking camera, media enhanced tilt and telescope steering wheel, OnStar, rolling Wi-Fi, the IntelliLink system with 7” touchscreen console, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration and a basic six-speaker audio system. Stepping up to a better trim level can add 18” wheels, fog lamps, parking sensors (rear), collision mitigation system, heated and powered front seats, heated and powered side mirrors, leather upholstery, premium nine-speaker Bose audio system, GPS, sunroof and more. The Verano features an upgradable 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that’s rated at 180 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque.