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In love with a grandma car.
This car is top notch. I never thought I'd fall in love with a "grandma" car but I have. The seats are the most comfortable that I have sat in. I love the features that come in the touring edition. Remote start is a life saver on those cold mornings. This is also a newer vehicle that does not have push button start. This was actually a positive selling point to me. I am not one that is fond of not using a key to start my car. It rides extremely smooth. It is very sporty looking. The rims that came stock everyone thinks I paid extra for. Mine is not a turbo edition like earlier years but it definitely gets up and goes.
Love this car
I really love many things about this car. It is by far the nicest one I have ever owned. It rides very smoothly and has many features that just ten years ago would have been very futuristic. However, because of all the technology in this car, there are more items that need to be kept up and fixed occasionally, and I imagine it will get worse as the years progress. For instance, a few months ago, I had to replace a sensor for the side mirror so it could continue letting me know when I had a car approaching me from the right side of the vehicle. This sensor is nice, but I don't feel it was critical and probably wouldn't have had it replaced (for $700) except for the fact that it kept an alert on my dashboard until I had it taken care of. So instead of seeing my speed in numeral form, all I saw was the warning that I needed to have the sensor replaced. Although I love the size of this car, the features, the interior, and everything about it, I anticipate I won't be able to keep it for many years because the technology will break down and it will cost more than it's worth to maintain. I do think this is the way the industry is moving, in general, not just Buick. However, if Buick hadn't stopped making this particular car, I probably would have considered a newer version of it when I was ready to replace it.
I feel mostly satisfied with this vehicle.
My Buick Verano is a fairly well-built car. I like the design and that it is a four-door vehicle. I did not get the upgraded package when I purchased it, so it does not have heated seats or premium sound system. For the price I paid, I think it has enough of the feature of a newer car to justify the purchase. I like the inboard dash options, stereo, Bluetooth, Pandora, etc. I also like the diagnostic features, oil life remaining, tire pressure monitoring, etc. The interior seems to be somewhat cheaply made. I had an issued already with the chrome of the door panel peeling back. The dealership replaced the trim at no cost, but it was an inconvenience, especially with such a new vehicle. I have other issues where the trim seems to be showing wear patterns, even in places where you wouldn't expect. The safety features have a high review online, so I am very pleased with that. Overall the build of the car seems solid, from a mechanical standpoint. The engine is a 4 cylinder, so it gets good gas mileage, but I would like more power when we take road trips. Recently we took my Verano on vacation, and we had issues with power on the steep areas through Tennessee. I think if I purchase a new vehicle again, I will look for something with more power, maybe a six-cylinder engine.