2023 Upcoming Buick Car Models

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For the 2023 model year, Buick's already slim selection gets even less!!

The subcompact Encore, which was its most cost-effective model, will be discontinued. Minor aesthetic modifications are made to the remaining Buick SUV models.

Don't write Buick off just yet. Recently, Buick debuted the Wildcat concept car, and it is getting ready to introduce a portfolio of electric vehicles under its new Electra sub-brand. However, here is what to anticipate from the 2023 Buick vehicles portfolio.

2023 Buick Encore GX

  • Starting MSRP: $25,900
  • Now that the subcompact Encore has been discontinued, the Buick Encore GX is the entry-level model in the lineup. Although the two crossovers shared the same name, the GX is longer than the departed Encore and also entirely unrelated to its former stablemate. Introduced for the 2020 model year, the Encore GX carries over into 2023 with the sole addition of an available Moonstone Gray Metallic paint color.

    2023 Buick Envision

  • Starting MSRP: 33,400
  • For the 2021 model year, the little Buick Envision underwent its most significant facelift to yet. Moonstone Gray Metallic and White Frost Tricoat are the two brand-new paint colors for 2023. The Envision continues to be the same alluring premium compact crossover that it was last year.

    2023 Buick Enclave

  • Starting MSRP: $44,800
  • The top model of the brand's lineup is the elegant three-row SUV Buick Enclave. It last underwent an upgrade in 2022, and like other Buick models for 2023, it makes only minor changes. It gets new gloss black 20-inch wheels for the Sport Touring model and Moonstone Gray Metallic color.

    If you are looking for new or used Buick models, then visit Buick dealers.

    Editor’s Note

    “The information in this article comes from Buick, and it is always possible that it will change over time. Always check the automaker's website or your nearby dealership for the most up-to-date information on product details and availability.”

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