Hi, 2014 Buick Enclave Leather. Currently have about 78,000 miles (124,000 km) - nobody from the USA ever converts for the Canadians! Hopefully I'll start a trend! We bought it used about two years ago with 45,000 miles on it (72,000 km). 33,000 miles (53,000 km) of relatively trouble free motoring at this point. We've done the oil changes, coolant, air filter, battery, tires and a half shaft (due to a torn boot). The half shaft didn't seem to last as long as I would think it should. Other than that, no problems. Hopefully I got a good one! I saw one member on here whose Enclave had problem after problem after he hit 90k. Yikes! I see people put a lot of miles on these motors though before they blow up, so that's something at least! Hoping to make it another 6 years and make it up to around 150,000 miles (240,000 km). My wife's car and she LOVES it!
Bought 7/3/2020 for 4,400$
Not sure of package. I think has every option available.
Replaced a motor mount
Installed cool blue dome lights
My wife wanted a Enclave and I really like them too so it worked out great.
Tues morning we leave for vacation. Just me and her and a big beautiful luxurious Buick Enclave. Heading 3 hrs and 10 minutes northwest of Dearborn Mi. Im 43 and haven't had more than a weekend vacation in 24 yrs. Super excited. Gotta wash this sexy girl before we head to Muskegon Mi. Peace from Dearborn M
Bought new in March 2011 AWD 165,000 kms do all my own work ,5k oil changes ,rear brakes had grooves at 18,000k dealer said its the way i drive offered to pay half of rotors and pads i said no ( should have been warranty) drove it till 40,000 and did all the work myself ( Rockauto ) 42,000km water pump under warranty ,Thanks to Rbarrios and this forum (zipper noise ) i have changed my power steering fluid at every oil change , the crap i vacuumed out the first 5-7 explains why we need pumps and racks ,no issues with power steering ,cleaned PCV valve / snorkel and drilled bigger holes, (this forum ) , no issues with TB ever, replaced vent valve on engine at 75k, new Latitude tires at 90,000 , new Defenders next week , never got 90,000 out of 2nd set ,some life left but winter is here and they lose more than 5 lbs a week , both sets were almost 5 years old, 140,000 k left rear wheel bearing code (Bluedriver reader ) replaced bearing, 160,000 k left front wheel bearing code ,replaced bearing ,had friend top up my AC in Aug , was cold but now colder ,no major leak , last month rear camera in mirror is out , removed liftgate panel and license plate light fascia , put die electric grease on all connections , including back of mirror, nothing , decided to remove camera to replace it and found the 4 SS screws that hold it in place 2 of them split the camera in half , 4 more more pins ,more die electric and presto , works like a charm , reassembled it after checking with everything hanging down , did not remove interior panel , and was able to access the nuts that hold fascia on , battery replaced 2 years ago AC delco bought from dealer , put old 1 in my daughters car and it still works great, which brings me to why i am writing this , last week i was doing my spark plugs at 164k , did rear first and came to right front #6 and the tube was full of oil past the boot ,WTF, mopped it up and continued , #4 middle ,small amount ,left front nothing , TSB from General Motors says replace the head, I ran into this with wifes Colorado I5 motor 5 years ago and told her motor was toast , same mileage 160k , replaced all plugs and 40k later she has had no issues or codes , if i went to the dealer at 160k with my wheel bearing issue they would have told me it was time to do the plugs and i would have been screwed for $5-6 k plus , bearing / brakes of course / plug change / new head /plus plus ,, i had or have no misfires or codes related to engine performance, i have maintained this vehicle and will continue to do so , hopefully for another 10 years, Enclave has been great , change your fluids ( Rbarrios ) ...Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year