The 2010 Buick Enclave has a competitive—some might say low—price while offering an impressive set of standard features.
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, a 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."
At the top end, the 2010 Buick Enclave can be ordered with a number of features, such as a 10-speaker Bose surround-sound stereo, three-zone climate control, a power rear liftgate, a head-up display (HUD), GPS, a two-panel sunroof, and backseat DVD entertainment system. A 19-inch wheel/tire package is available and looks sharp, and new for 2010 is a 20-inch chrome-clad wheel package. Be sure you test drive a model so equipped before you buy, as the ride quality suffers a bit. MotherProof 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).
The 2010 Enclave model also features available heated and cooled driver and front-passenger seats, Bluetooth for a hands-free phone interface, XM NavTraffic, and OnStar Destination Download. New for 2010 is a USB port for audio devices; it doubles as a charger.