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The Enclave is a crossover SUV in Buick’s lineup. It’s a good family vehicle for those who want the extra space, without sacrificing too much in the ways of style and design. Attractively priced at around $36,000, this fuel-efficient SUV is a good choice. However, it’s not all about the sticker price. When purchasing a new car, you have to consider the costs of ownership. If you’d like to learn how to save on your Buick Enclave insurance premiums, continue reading.
The 2012 Enclave has remained relatively similar to the 2011 version with some minor changes. With ample interior space, and handsome styling, the Enclave is built to impress. It’s offered in 4 trim levels.
Standard on all Enclave trim levels are the following features: 19-inch alloy wheels, power lift gate, xenon headlights, automatic climate control, and fog lamps. In addition to this, the interior is decked out with a bunch of luxury options including: keyless entry, Bluetooth, power front seats, and a six-speaker stereo with CD and MP3 capability.
If this isn’t enough to tickle your fancy, you can upgrade to the convenience or leather trim levels. The leather trim level, aptly named, adds leather seating to your car as well as heated front seats. The convenience trim level adds rear parking assist, rearview camera, and remote starting to the mix.
If you opt to get the crème de la crème trim level, the Premium, it nets you all of the aforementioned features an adds the following to the mix: adaptive xenon headlights, a 115-volt power outlet, and a premium 10-speaker Bose stereo.
Insurance costs are going to vary from driver to driver and insurer to insurer; however Enclave owners have paid an average of around $1,200 for car insurance annually. Now, how to lower your insurance premiums?
Perhaps the easiest and most efficient way to lower your insurance premiums is to shop around and do your research before picking an insurance company to stick with. By getting at least 3 quotes from separate insurers, you’ll ensure you’re getting the best rates. Not every insurer will have the same rates, discounts or incentives.
Other factors can help or harm you like driving history or credit scores. Both of these are usually a good measure of the degree of responsibility you carry yourself with, therefore having a good credit score and driving history will lower your premium.
The federal government has crash tested the 2012 Enclave, and it has earned 5/5 stars overall. On individual tests, it received a 5/5 on side impact tests, and 4/5 stars on front and rollover impact tests. The IIHS, however, has not yet tested the 2012 Enclave, though due to the similarities between the 2012 and last year’s model, we can infer it will do well. The 2011 Enclave was recognized as an IIHS Top Safety Pick, as it got the highest possible score of “good” in front, side, rear, and roof strength tests.
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