Buick exists in a space that is neither mainstream nor luxury. Its middle-of-the-road pricing slots it into what can best be described as a near-premium segment, where everything gets a bit fancier without commanding huge prices.
The Envision is the latest entry in this field, and boy howdy, the field of two-row, decently priced crossovers is already quite thick. But the Envision carves itself a nice little niche, thanks to its comfortable ride, impressively peppy optional engine and a veritable panoply of tech that GM has been wise to shove into as many vehicles as possible.
General Motors debuted the Envision in China, where it’s sold like gangbusters since 2014. Now, it’s here in the US, because it smartly fills the gap between Buick’s subcompact
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