The Buick Verano served the brand well at a time when Americans were thinking and buying smaller amid an economic recession and soaring fuel prices. However, times have changed. The economy continues to rebound and gasoline is once again a fairly cheap commodity.
So, what happens to a 2016 Buick Verano will just 229 miles on it? It sells for a low, low price.
The Drive spotted this unloved 2016 Verano at a clean title auction where it went for the measly sum of $16,000. It’s a brand new car after sitting untouched on a dealership lot for over a year.
The Verano itself has been sent to the automotive graveyard for good, too, as the 2017 Buick Encore becomes the brand’s entry-level vehicle. It also happens to be a crossover… which, is, well, the hot thing these days if you weren’t aware. Despite its killing, it set sales records in Canada last year, however.
Would $16,000 make a deal for you? Or are there better ways to spend $16,000?