The 2024 Buick Enclave carries over mostly unchanged from the preceding 2023 model year, once again offered as Buick’s full-size, five-door, three-row crossover. The Enclave was refreshed for the 2022 model year, and is expected to get a next-generation overhaul for the 2025 model year. Now, however, customers interested in outfitting the current 2024 Buick Enclave can do so via the official online configurator at Buick’s website.
The 2024 Buick Enclave offers three trim levels, including the Essence, the Premium, and the range-topping Avenir. Each trim includes front-wheel drive as standard, with all-wheel drive offered as optional. Pricing starts at $45,295 for the Essence, $52,595 for the Premium, and $58,895 for the Avenir.
Highlight features include wireless phone charging, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone projection, a heated steering wheel, heated front seats, Active Noise Cancellation, and an 8-inch diagonal color touchscreen. The Essence and Premium are both equipped with 18-inch wheels as standard, while the Avenir trim runs 20-inch aluminum wheels with an Avenir Pearl Nickel finish as standard.
All trim levels and configurations include the naturally aspirated 3.6L V6 LFY gasoline engine as standard, with peak output rated at 310 horsepower at 6,800 rpm and 266 pound-feet of torque at 2,800 rpm. Output is routed through the GM nine-speed automatic transmission as standard. Under the skin, the crossover rides on the long-wheelbase variant of the GM C1 platform.
Inside the cabin, the 2024 Buick Enclave offers seating for seven passengers, arranged in a 2-2-3 configuration.
Per a GM Authority exclusive published late last year, production of the 2024 Buick Enclave was scheduled to begin last month. Production takes place at the GM Lansing Delta Township plant in Michigan.
The 2024 Buick Enclave is the seventh model year for the current second-gen nameplate. Looking ahead, the third-generation Buick Enclave is expected to debut sometime during the 2024 calendar year, as confirmed by GM President Mark Reuss last year.