The 2015 Buick Encore can use a little power, but it is otherwise a mostly solid entry into a very small part. The 2015 Buick Encore at a premium subcompact crossover, and for now, a part of one; although that will change rapidly in the next year as models like the Audi Q3, Mercedes-Benz canes, Honda HR-V and Chevrolet Trax.
The 2015 Buick Encore shares some components and underpinnings with the subcompact Chevrolet Sonic, but you would not know it inside or out. Its most all wheel drive is not available on the Sonic either, though system is tuned for bad-weather traction, the rather than off-roading or rocky country songs. Overall, the shape of the Encore try to show a tougher look to disguises its boxy shape. The front end of the steeply raked, 2015 Buick Encore rides on larger 18-inch wheels, and some of the sculpting may appear as if the designers were simply trying too hard.
Buyers who want a small but luxurious car-based ingredients hatchback and crossover, and offers all-wheel drive can see the Encore one of the options on the market. While manufacturers are nowhere near that of Buick’s mainstay Enclave large crossover or Lacrosse sedan, the small Encore take the brand to a new and young audience – and may prove to have pioneered a new market sectors.
2015 Buick Encore Interior
The 2015 Buick Encore interior is more successful in carrying off a premium feel in a small package. If like the monochrome look, it can have Encore with an all-black interior. The 2015 Buick Encore center stack is studded with black plastic switches, knobs, and buttons, numbered 33, a bit of “wood” trim, and some metal-look accents to boot. At least the Buick offers conventional rotary knobs for volume. Ambient light tent is provided by blue LEDs, but Buick Ford does not provide the trick of changing the color on the fly, the blue stay blue.
At the other end of the scale, there is a two-tone brown interior treatment with cocoa-colored leather will have heard of Starbucks jazz music and wondering about this month’s special free-trade coffee blend. It is definitely an eye-opener, it complements the Encore’s quiet interior is better than the austere black. The front of the 2015 Buick Encore has a big, toothy Buick grille, a tough stand on the large 18-inch wheels. There are some bulldog in the nose, along the chrome-trimmed portholes laying inconspicuously on the top of the hood sides (a good thing).
2015 Buick Encore Engine
The 2015 Buick Encore has been good and the steering road better than you’d expect for such a short boat. However, it is lacking in power, so it’s hard to really take advantage of the Encore surprisingly good chassis. You can do zero to 60 mph in about 9 seconds in the lightest, front-wheel-drive Encore. If you go up to 10 seconds if you add all-wheel drive, though only 150 of you like to increase the length as well as adding traction. The 2015 Buick Encore AWD system is tuned to give the power to the rear wheels on the launch, shifting the power increasingly in the future if there is traction up to 37 mph, by which time the Encore are propelled only by the front wheel. Even if do not need very much, we suspect the AWD system will be compatible popular in the North and anywhere there is snow there is to see.
With its large 18-inch wheels, short wheelbase, and economy-car suspension design – struts up front, torsion beam at the rear, the Encore riding well under almost all. The city threatened to expansion joints and potholes and metal plates on the road, can cause some light cuts, but overall, the littlest Buick belies its size when you’re in one of its well-padded seats. The electric power steering is good, too, with right mix of centering and simulated results even on the least-maintained road.
2015 Buick Encore Safety
The 2015 Encore has not been tested yet-safe, but we expect you to carryover ratings from the 2014 model. With it, there is room for improvement, with its long list of safety technologies. The 2015 Buick Encore come standard with a rear-view camera model, which is a good thing, because its side and rear-quarter vision is nothing short of atrocious. The thick door and roof pillar, rising beltline, and a small rear window combine to make it almost impossible for the drive to view on a shoulder and see what there is. The camera is a necessity for 2015 Buick Encore.