The 2010 Buick Enclave has a competitive—some might say low—price while offering an impressive set of standard features.
Keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD/XM radio, and a power liftgate are all standard on the base model, according to Cars.com and The Auto Channel's reporting. A tilt-telescoping steering wheel and a rearview camera are available, but Edmunds noted that opting for both jumped the price well past the $40,000 mark.
All the way at the top of the order sheet, the 2010 Enclave can be ordered with several premium features including a Bose surround-sound audio system, power liftgate, head-up display, dual-pane sunroof, three-zone climate control, navigation, and a rear-seat entertainment system that plays DVDs. Big, 19-inch wheels are available and look sharp, but new for this year is a 20-inch chrome clad wheel package. We advise a test drive before opting for bigger wheels, the ride quality isn't as good. MotherProof liked the optional features on the Enclave and noted that a fully loaded model only cost around $44,000. Those cars were fitted with a rear-seat entertainment system, heated seats, navigation, a sunroof and power adjustable first- and second-row seating.
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.