The enclave is a more elegant looking vehicle but i probably would have chosen the outlook over the acadia. the acadia is still too truck like for me the outlook have a better looking body over the acadia but honnnnnnnnnnnney when i saw the enclave it was all over no more looking just a whole lot of waiting.axiama said:I probably looked at 8 different vehicles before deciding to buy an Enclave. Which car did you almost buy and why did you choose the Enclave over your 2nd choice car.
awesome, enjoy your ride.MRBUICK said:We NEVER even considered another vehicle.
Truthfully, we were not even considering replacing our 2000 minivan. We went to the preview event on 6/14 and were so impressed with the red jewel Enclave on the showroom floor, we bought it that night. We pick it up tomorrow. This is our 4th Buick from the same dealer, one of the last "stand alone" Buick dealers left.
I understand that there are only a hundred or so left. The one I have been dealing with sells more Buicks than most dealers in northern NJ, and this is with little or no advertising. I myself referred 3 customers to them in the last 6-9 months, which resulted in sales of 2 Lucernes and 1 Rendezvous. I guess this is why they had 7 Enclaves last week (most are sold) when other area dealers had only 1 or 2.zman said:I didn't realize there were any left. I thought they were always matched up with other GM brands.
Actually, there were a few perks, like free oil changes, and car washing and detailing.MsS42 said:thats really cool... did they give you a referral fee or maybe a little more off that enclave you're getting.