Buick is spitting out the special models left and right, and today it revealed yet another one. Known as the Enclave Sport Touring Edition, this model pushes the three-row crossover to new heights of luxury and exclusivity with a slew of premium features.
Unlike the Encore Sport Touring Edition, the Enclave version does not carry any powertrain updates, leaving it with the same 288-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 as the Leather and Premium trims it is based on. What buyers do get with this package are upgraded interior features like a heated, wood-trimmed steering wheel, ice-blue LED ambient lighting around the instrument panel, eight-way power front seats with memory for the driver, heated seats on the leather trim and heated and ventilated seats on the Premium, a power tilt and telescoping wheel in Premium models, Buick Intellilink, 4G LTE connectivity, and tri-zone climate control.
The cabin isn’t all that gets upgraded by this package, as the exterior gets a few mild tweaks in the form of HID headlights, a power liftgate, rear park assist, a rearview camera with dynamic guidelines, and 20-inch chrome wheels with Satin Black Ice accents, and a Satin Black Ice-colored grille.
Buyers can pick up this special Enclave in four colors: White Frost Tricoat, Crimson Red Metallic and Ebony Twilight Metallic.
Pricing is not available yet, but look for it to run a few thousand bucks more than the respective base models. We’ll learn more at during its debut at the New York Auto Show, which kicks off on March 23rd.