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A perfect car for people of all age and economic brackets! by Spike from Otego, NY on 11/25/2012. Trim: 2013 Buick Verano Leather, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: The design is really great looking and it handles well. We love the 33 to 36 mpg; heated front seats and steering wheel. Plenty of leg room; leather interior and the sound system...
Cons: After 5,000 miles, it developed a stressful sound in the front right suspension that took 3 trips to the dealership to get their attention to replace the entier suspension system on the right side. Thus far,(only 500 miles driven since) it is quiet. Sounded like something needed to be greased and at times, fairly loud.
Overall review: This car is a good size for comfort and economy; tastefully designed and will be difficult to get me to begin thinking of trading in 3 years as I normally do. The 9 Bosie speakers are perfectly located in the cabin...
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From the Test Track
The entry-level Verano is based on the Chevrolet Cruze. Like the Regal, the Verano will use a larger 2.4-liter version of GM's four-cylinder engine. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder is expected to be added later. The Verano will offer some upscale features such as a touch-screen navigation system, Bose stereo, and heated steering wheel.