Edmunds.com is reporting that after playing around with Buick‘s vehicle configurator, it discovered the base Verano has has a $320 price cut compared to the 2014 model. With destination, the cheapest Verano is $24,305.
The new model is already on sale at Buick dealers and differs little from last year’s model. The 2015 Verano features OnStar with 4G LTE and standard built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. Dark Sapphire Blue Metallic is a new color in the palette, which should be nicely complemented by an optional spoiler and brightwork around the grille. This appearance package is optional on Verano 1SD, 1SG, and 1SL.
The top model in the Verano line, the Premium Turbo, starts at $30,140.
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