Buick has introduced a bronze accented Enclave crossover dubbed Tuscan Edition. It is different from its siblings due to the one-off bronze grille and 20-inch chrome-clad wheels that feature accents from the same material. The three-row luxury crossover is actually one of the most popular and looked for in its segment. With this market step, it is obvious that Buick is opting to gather the glances of even more people, who will eventually become buyers.
For those interested, Enclave Tuscan Edition will be offered in two trim variants: Leather (1SL) and Premium (1SN). In addition, the range of exterior color choices includes White Frost Tricoat, Dark Chocolate Metallic and Ebony Twilight Metallic.
The new trim levels will also add some more to the standard equipment of the "normal" Enclave. We are speaking here of the power-operated dual moonroof, the heated steering wheel, the eight-way power front driver and passenger seats, the heated front seats on Leather models and heated/cooled seats on Premium models.
Don't fool yourself by thinking that the list stops here. The designers have added also ice-blue LED ambient lighting that shines over the instrument panel, power-tilting/telescoping steering column only available on Premium models, Buick IntelliLink, the famous OnStar with 4G LTE and built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, tri-zone automatic climate control, high-intensity discharge headlamps, power liftgate and rear park assist and rear-vision camera system with dynamic guidelines.
Under the hood of the car is the standard 3.6L V-6, which powers all four wheels or only the two up front, depending on customer's wish. Its economy rating is estimated at 24 mpg on the highway.
Of course, 2016 Buick Enclave Tuscan Edition will be making a debut at the New York International Auto Show before going on sale this summer.