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$34,071
BASE MSRP
$35,865
On Green
Fuel economy for the 2011 Buick Enclave is about typical for the class, perhaps on the low side.
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17 mpg city, 24 highway with front-wheel drive; 16/22 with all-wheel drive
U.S. EPA

averaged 16.7-17.6 mpg, disappointing results in testing that included a slight bias toward highway travel
ConsumerGuide

The Enclave also runs fine on regular gas; several luxury competitors recommend or require premium.
Cars.com

average fuel economy of 18.6 miles per gallon over seven days wasn't impressive considering...90 percent of my driving was on the highway
Newsday


GM boasts that the transmission's wide span of gear ratios, enabling a short first gear and very tall fifth and sixth gears, provide both impressive performance and fuel economy, but we haven't seen the latter.

EPA fuel economy ratings are 17 mpg city, 24 highway, but they seem a little optimistic based on the real-world observations of our editors along with other review sources. and over nearly 100 miles of driving, a good mix of conditions including about a third of that around town and a third on the highway, our editors saw just 17 mpg altogether, according to the trip computer.

Conclusion

Fuel economy for the 2011 Buick Enclave is about typical for the class, perhaps on the low side.

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