The 2020 Buick Encore GX is the newest subcompact crossover from Buick, though if you were to get it confused with its smaller sibling, the Encore, you wouldn’t be alone. Despite being an entirely new vehicle, the Encore GX does share some design cues (and name) with Buick’s smallest crossover. That’s not to say the Encore GX is the lone vehicle derived from GM’s VSS-F platform. Rather, it shares this lineage with its cousin, the Chevrolet Trailblazer.
Outside, the Encore GX is attractive, stylish and proportional, though its sibling’s genetics can clearly be recognized. It’s as if the Encore hit the gym and got a new haircut, resulting in the more buff and refined Encore GX. What’s even more remarkable is that it seems less like a Buick than any Buick ever before. It’s a handsome crossover that is sure to turn heads and dispel any outdated misconceptions that Buick is a manufacturer for the early bird crowd.
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