The first images of the updated Buick Verano sedan appearedSeptember 9, 2019
Buick Verano 2020 model year was introduced in China. The updated compact sedan costs at least 152,900 yuan, and its maximum cost is 182,900 yuan
After the French concern PSA introduced an updated version of the Opel Astra hatchback / station wagon for Europe at the beginning of this year, the American General Motors decided to show a new version of the Buick Verano sedan, which in fact is a very, very close “relative” to German cars. Buick Verano 2020 model year was introduced in China.
Сhina is the largest market for Buick, and it is therefore not surprising that since its introduction in June 2015, the Verano sedan has been sold in this country with a circulation of more than 650,000 units. The updated model received a modified appearance that looks more stylish and even aggressive.
Available in four trim levels with a choice of six exterior colors and two interior finishes, the Buick Verano sedan will be equipped with either a tiny 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine or a 1.3-liter unit.
It is reported that the smaller of the two engines is designed for 123 horsepower (180 Nm) and works with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The larger unit produces 162 hp. (240 Nm) and is equipped only with front-wheel drive and a newly developed continuously variable transmission.
The novelty is equipped with an 8-inch touch screen infotainment system with support for wireless updates. An extensive list of safety and assistance systems includes everything from adaptive cruise control and assistance in maintaining lanes, to assistance when starting from the mountain and automatic parking assistance.
The updated Verano comes with an eight-year warranty or 160,000 kilometers, whichever comes first. A sedan costs a minimum of 152,900 yuan, and its maximum cost is 182,900 yuan
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