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/ 10
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BASE
INVOICE
$30,658
BASE
MSRP
$32,790
On Features
The 2008 Buick Enclave has a long list of features, including satellite radio and a navigation system, but Bluetooth isn’t offered.
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Odd choices for standard equipment
Edmunds

I just expect all this to cost more
Mother Proof

Equipped below the $27,990 [Saturn] Outlook
Truck Trend

The 2008 Buick Enclave has a long list of standard features and luxurious options.

The price of a base-model Buick Enclave FWD CX, according to The Auto Channel, is $34,255, but their reviewers say the cost of all the extra features that increase the price anywhere from $7,000 to $8,000 are "well worth it."

Cars.com reports that keyless entry, CD stereo with XM Satellite Radio (free for the first three months, according to The Auto Channel), and a power liftgate are all standard on the base model. In addition, tilt-telescoping steering wheel and a rearview camera are available options, but Edmunds warns that these will increase the price "well past the $40,000 mark."

Mother Proof praises the many optional features available for the Buick Enclave, and expresses surprise that a fully loaded, top-of-the-line version is "only $44,055." These options include a navigation system, rear-seat DVD entertainment system, heated seats, a sunroof, and power seats all around (except the third row).

TheCarConnection.com adds that higher-end models offer or can be ordered with all the niceties, from a 10-speaker Bose surround-sound stereo to three-zone climate control, a power rear liftgate, a head-up display (HUD), a two-panel sunroof, and backseat DVD entertainment system. A 19-inch wheel/tire package is available and looks sharp, but be sure you test drive a model so equipped before you buy, as the ride quality suffers a bit.

Conclusion

The 2008 Buick Enclave has a long list of features, including satellite radio and a navigation system, but Bluetooth isn’t offered.

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