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The 2009 Buick Enclave: A Miami Soccer Mom Must

When driving your kids to Basketball practice, it is important to travel in a large sturdy car through these rough South Florida streets. Parents who get stuck with chauffeuring duties will love the Enclave’s generous passenger capacity. This allows for Mom and Dad to enjoy the South Florida scenery peacefully while their kids make a raucous in the back seat. Seven- and eight-passenger seating configurations are available; second-row twin captains’ chairs are standard, but a bench seat is available for those who need to accommodate the maximum amount of players. There’s a roomy third row (a 60/40-split fold-flat third-row seat is standard) that manages to seat adults in comfort. And there’s lots of room for all that team gear, since at 116 cubic feet, this Buick’s maximum cargo capacity exceeds that of many old-school truck-based SUVs. In keeping with its mandate of luxury, the Enclave feels smooth and plush on the road, serenely managing Miami’s uneven surfaces without ever feeling too disconnected from the pavement and cruising down the Miami road with the heavyweight assuredness of a freight train.

In many respects, this Buick measures up favorably with the crossovers made by established luxury automakers such as Acura, BMW, Lexus and Mercedes-Benz. For pricing information, visit our local Miami Brickell Motors dealership. http://www.brickellgmc.com/

2009 Buick Enclave

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