Thanks for writing this up Sal. Great description!General Motors is the proud manufacturer of the Buick brand of cars. The 2012 Buick Verano is the latest offering from this GM enterprise. So what's so special about the Verano? How is it any different from the other Buick models available? The Verano is the new compact car designed for efficiency - and it’s both quiet and quite luxurious offering a smooth, calm and stress-free driving experience.
If you're looking for a small American car with a smooth, relaxing ride and plenty of luxury amenities along with impressive performance, the Buick Verano is your best choice. And since it's a compact car, it's excellent on gas. Most small cars don't offer the kind of luxurious experience you get from the Buick Verano.
The car basically falls into GM’s global compact platform which includes a basic suspension layout and a floor pan (perhaps like the Chevrolet Cruz). In addition to the already fabulous features of GM engineering works, the Verano also decimates noise from both internal and external sources. This is also owed to the enhanced body structure, a new design which reduces the previous creaks and rattles that have made noise in the past. Other features include standard eighteen-inch wheels, direct-injected 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine and Aerodynamic underbody panels.
The Buick Verano features acoustic lamination for the windshield as well as front doors, sprayed on sound-deadening foam, rubber plugs and "Quiet Tuning" technology. The interior is amazingly plush with comfortable thick bolsters and woven headliner tucks up at the windshield, optional full leather seats, contrasting stitching, upper dash graining, button-intensive center stack, seven-inch color touch screen and very solid looking inner door pulls which make the car look fabulous from the inside.
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