The 2016 Buick Verano is both more and less expensive than the 2015 model, according to a pricing analysis performed by GM Authority.
The price of the “value” 1SV model is flat at $21,990, while that of the “base” Verano — which slots above the 1SV — is $100 more expensive. The 2016 Buick Verano discontinues the Convenience trim seen on the 2015 model. Going further up the trim ladder are the Verano Leather and Premium Turbo trims; both see a $545 decrease in price over the 2015 Buick Verano.
|Trim Level||2016 Buick Verano||2015 Buick Verano||+ / – 2016|
The 2016 Buick Verano features several updates and changes, including new exterior colors, a new location for the engine stop/start button, an 8-way power adjuster for the driver’s seat instead of a 6-way unit, and new 19-inch wheels are introduced for the new Sport Touring option. Various revisions to equipment groups round out the changes.
We expect the 2016 model year to be the last year of the new Verano, as the all-new, 2017 model on the D2XX platform will likely launch later this year as a 2017 vehicle. See more on the 2017 Buick Verano.
About The Figures
- Pricing figures represent starting Manufacturer Suggested Retail Prices (MSPR) for each trim level without additional options
- MSRP provided by Buick for the United States market
- MSRP includes $925 destination charge per vehicle
- Manufacturer incentives or rebates not included in MSRP