2017BuickVerano

Not Luxury. Not Sport. Not Buick. Not Bad. Those of you who still think of the Buick Verano as some sort of callously badge-engineered, gussied up version of the Chevrolet Cruze ("Why would anyone spend that much money on Buick's Cruze?" you may have been heard to mutter) have got the wrong…


2017 Buick Verano - 4dr Sedan (Base)
4dr Sedan (Base)
MSRP:
$21,065
Engine:
2.4L I-4
MPG:
21 City / 31 HWY
2017 Buick Verano - 4dr Sedan (Sport Touring)
4dr Sedan (Sport Touring)
MSRP:
$24,115
Engine:
2.4L I-4
MPG:
21 City / 31 HWY
2017 Buick Verano - 4dr Sedan (Leather Group)
4dr Sedan (Leather Group)
MSRP:
$26,555
Engine:
2.4L I-4
MPG:
21 City / 31 HWY
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