The Buick Verano combines affordable luxury with a small footprint. It provides an upscale driving experience while being less costly than cars from traditional luxury brands. The sedan was launched in 2012 as Buick’s entry in the compact-car category, and it was discontinued in 2017. The model was never redesigned during its run, so all Veranos in existence are from the same generation.
Though it’s a compact sedan, the Verano provides a spacious interior. It also has a roomy trunk, and it offers more cargo capacity than some top competitors. Verano shoppers can access a host of upscale features. These range from standard dual-zone automatic climate control to an available heated steering wheel.
As is the case with many Buicks, the Verano provides a compliant ride quality. It treats passengers to a quiet cabin that works hard to keep road and wind noise at bay. Buick introduced the Verano with a standard 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 180 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque, and it was paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. With this engine, the Verano has less horsepower and slower acceleration than some rival models.
The entry-level Verano debuted with standard equipment like Bluetooth connectivity, fog lights and keyless entry. Two trim levels were available for shoppers seeking additional content. The Convenience Group adds features such as a power-adjustable driver’s seat and heated exterior mirrors. The Leather Group brings in amenities such as leather upholstery, heated front seats and a Bose stereo. Standalone options for the first-year Verano include a navigation system and sunroof.
Buick continued to update the Verano during its time on the new-car market. One particularly important change came in 2013. That was year in which the car’s optional turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine was introduced. It makes 250 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and it’s a great choice for shoppers who want more muscle than the base engine provides. Also, an optional six-speed manual transmission was added to the lineup, available only with the turbocharged engine.
Other changes were made in 2013 that bring more safety technology to the Verano. A rearview camera became standard on all models, and a blind-spot warning system and rear cross-traffic alert joined the list of available options.
In 2014, the Buick added forward collision alert and a lane-departure warning system to the Verano’s range of optional equipment. In 2015, Wi-Fi connectivity became standard on all models.
After that, the Verano soldiered on until its discontinuation in 2017 with no significant changes.
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