2021 Buick Envision Price Details Leaked35
GM Authority was first to detail the all-new 2021 Envision’s suspension and all wheel drive systems, dimensions and wheel choices. We then outlined the new model’s trim level structure, at which point we stated that we expect the 2021 Buick Envision price to start “around the $34,000 mark.” And now, we have been able to obtain a few specific pricing figures.
The 2021 Buick Envision will be available in four trim levels, starting with Envision (base), followed by Preferred, Essence and range-topping Avenir.
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What we have today are 2021 Buick Envision price figures for the following five configurations in the U.S. market:
- Preferred with Comfort and Convenience Package – $34,745
- Preferred with Sport Touring (ST) Edition and Comfort and Convenience Package – $36,070
- Essence with Sport Touring (ST) Edition and Moonroof – $39,770
- Essence with Technology Package 1, 20-inch wheels, moonroof – $41,745
- Avenir with Technology Package 2 and moonroof – $44,810
Though the exact figure is unknown, the base Envision model will start below the aforementioned $34,745 figure. Additionally, it’s unclear whether these figures represent FWD or AWD configurations.
Orders for the 2021 Envision will open on Thursday, August 13th, 2020, at which point we expect to have more pricing information.
The all-new, 2021 Buick Envision rides on the GM E2 platform shared most directly with the first-generation Cadillac XT4. Power will come from the turbocharged 2.0L I-4 LSY engine making 230 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. The GM nine-speed automatic transmission will be responsible for swapping the cogs.
The vehicle will be assembled at the Jinqiao plant in Shanghai, China for the Chinese domestic market, as well as for export to North America, and the very first units are expected to begin arriving at dealers in early 2021.
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$34K for a 2021 Buick Envision is a bit on the high side given that for a few dollars more you can get a Cadillac XT5.
XT5 starts at $44K. Get your numbers straight.
He’s probably thinking of the XT4. He needs to get his models straight.
Why would a loyal Buick customer EVER want to buy a Cadillac???
Because you’re too b!tch to roll a caddy. Keep the old man ride.
Because Cadillac still makes cars.
Loyal Buick customers? Didn’t know any still existed.
GM is with designs like this trying to build a new brand aimed at the Asian luxury market. I like this better than Cadillac.
I feel this new one, just like the current one, is just priced too high and that could be a part to why the current one doesn’t sell that well. Yes, I know others will go on about it being assembled in China, etc. I agree with you on that. But let’s just take the current one for what it is and leave the rest to the side for now. In current form, the Envision is not bad looking on the outside. It may not be overly sexy, but it certainly is not offensive. Then when you go to the interior, I personally feel the Envision is outstanding. Two years in a row at the LA auto show, I walked through the entire show and both time came back with a super positive impression of the inside. I feel it’s way better than nearly everything else out there but the Lincoln’s. So in the hottest market going, why can’t it sell better? Price!
This new one coming out is even better looking outside and looks to be as good if not better inside. Again, putting where it’s assembled aside, will this new one sell at those prices? Working at a Volvo store currently, I can tell you that this new Envision lines up perfectly with the xC60 and may be better looking. The XC60 starts at the mid 40’s, so maybe Buick can pull it off especially since Buick is a much more reliable brand. I hope this one sells really well AND I hope they offer the base model for $29,999.
The first gen was decent but didn’t live up to the asking price. The new one is priced in the same ballpark, but is a significantly better product. The price to value factors are much better on the new one.
The Envision straddles the space between XC40 and XC60. It can steal sales of both models, which is great for Buick and bad for Volvo.
I’ve owned a 2013 Buick Enclave Premium and now a 2017 Buick Enclave AWD.
I was very interested in the Buick Envision UNTIL it was mentioned “made in China”
Sorry, no way.
Where is your phone made?
A BUICK made in China & imported to the USA in these times?!!!? Many of the “informed” people I know are actively boycotting China & Chinese made products for a host of reasons not to mention the virus cover-up debacle that has created world wide devastating consequences that we are still not past. IF Queen MaryB & her Court in the Ivory Tower in Detroit aren’t “aware” of that, they better get clued in fast!! Unfortunately, thanks to our brilliant Cell phone manufacturers, a cellphone is a difficult product to purchase without the “made in China” reality…..at least FOR NOW. However, there are MANY, NOT made in China products out there. My last 3 items, sheet set made in India (where the Chinese Army recently slaughtered dozens of Indian Troops on their Border), bathing suit & thong sandels made in Vietnam. Going forward, I will always #BoycottChina as we are entering a cold war period with the current Chi-com world domination or bust regime.
Buick owned by GM. Profits go to Detroit.
Volvo owned by Geely. Profits go to China.
Volvo made in the US=jobs for Americans
Buick made in China=jobs for Chinese
How about the jobs responsible for developing this vehicle? Those are predominantly U.S.-based for the new Envision.
All 50 of them (if that) versus thousands of jobs it would take to build and supply parts for it?
You couldn’t have illustrated my point any better. It’s all about the $$$ and to hell with human rights inside the walls of an oppressive Communist regime; principle; morality & common human decency. To those still buying Chinese Products like nothing is drastically wrong in China and all is peachy keen, better turn off fakenews & start using their Chinese made “smart phones” to get “smart” on WTH the Chinese Government has been doing at home & beyond it’s Borders at ever escalating speed & expanse. Wake up sheeple!!!
GM invested a lot of money in China over the years. Now it’s trying to get some money out. The way it works is:
GM of China pays to build Envisions.
GM of America gets the money when an Envision is sold.
Sorry, not quite how it works. All GM investment in China are joint ventures. GM may get 1/2 the profit of whatever jv there involved in.
Even Chinese cheerleader Alex will tell you Buick USA makes more profit with their dismal sales than Buick profit made in China.
I dont think he would tell you that.
Buick sells 4x the number of vehicles is China and is growing vs shrinking like the US. Yes that is JV and yes I am sure an Enclave generates generates 3x the profit of a Chinese Buick sale but companies invest based on future potential and the Buick brand obviously has MUCH more potential in China than the US.
Irrelevant. A phone is a $500 dollar appliance not a 40$k vehicle. Besides there are no cell phones made in the US unfortunately. There are many $40k SUVs made in the US.
“Where is your phone made?”
I believe Americans have a choice on their automobiles but no choice on their phone so I fail to see the point. Given the option, my phone would be Made in USA, Made in Japan, Made in Germany, anywhere but China. And I promise I would pay the premium to avoid a Chinese phone. In my home, where there is a choice, I have never bought Chinese. The only Chinese things you’ll find are where they were the sole-source provider and I had no choice.
I have been practicing that for at least 15 years and I’m happy to see the rest of America finally catching on.
Mine was made in Korea.
My Jeep Grand Cherokee was 42,000 and it’s a 4 by 4 with everything on it. It’s also made in America. I don’t buy, anything, as long, as it’s not made in the usa
Jeep is one of the worst brands worldwide and so is Daimler Chrysler on a whole
What is Daimler-Chrysler? It no longer exists.
i love my jeep grand cherokee, this is my second one, since 2015. i had a plain cherokee, and i upgraded. next one, will be a wrangler, it holds most of its resale value
Dan if the average price of a new vehicle is $37K I feel the price may be okay because this Buick is better than average. If we needed a new car now I would prefer the 2021 Envision over anything else.
Wonder how much GM is losing on this with the 25% tariff?
Bought a 2020 Envision (Essence trim level) in June. Sticker just over 39k — after $6,500 rebate and additional $2,500 dickered from dealer, saved 9k off sticker. Skipped the turbo because premium fuel runs 40-60 cents more per gallon. Hope the new one runs on regular (many other makes with turbo do). Bang for the buck (at purchase and after with operation) mean everything. Nice, quiet, semi-luxurious car for 31k is pretty good.
My wife has 18,000 miles on her 2019 Envision, loves it. its never been back to the dealer except for oil changes. I asked her the other day what she likes about it and all she talked about were the seats, the sight lines the IP etc. Women have a completely different set of priorities than men do.
My Chinese ceiling is set at a $600.00 I Phone. You can keep your gas powered rickshaw in China.
I was going to buy the new envision. But like many. NOT going to buy a built in China product. To bad.
I’ve never understood how a product like this Envasion can be built in the USA with $60. to $80. per hour labor costs and sold for $35,000. Then GM shifts production to China where they have forced labor and sweatshop labor and no environmental protections and a GM-China worker’s compensation is probably worth $7.00 an hour yet the product still costs $35,000. at a Buick store. Where did the savings go?
GM trucks built in Mexico should sell for a lot less than the US-built truck. As someone who works very hard to support American workers and has paid dearly in so doing, I’m always willing to spend more to help my neighbors but so often that’s not even an issue because there really is no cost savings for the China product.
Why would anyone buy this Buick at this price? I would think It should sell for $22,000 based on actual cost .
Just to clarify, is AWD is an option, and not standard, on the Avenir trim?