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Buick Verano Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Buick Verano. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Buick Verano.


While luxury cars were initially envisioned and designed as large, plush sedans, vehicles like the Buick Verano helped challenge that perception. For a six-year run  from the 2012 through the 2017 model years  the Verano was strictly produced as a compact sedan. It is an affordable offering to those who want an entry-level premium sedan that has advanced amenities for bolstering comfort and convenience.


Smooth Ride Quality

As a car under General Motors' Buick luxury brand, the Buick Verano promises and delivers driving comfort. The independent front and rear suspension are tuned to soak up road turbulence, whether it's from bumps or dips. The electric power steering is on board for making cornering and turning a sharp and precise affair. Finally, the Verano's engine is hitched to an eight-speed automatic transmission for smooth and convenient shifts, rather than a manual gearbox.

Robust Amenities List

As a luxury vehicle, the Buick Verano comes with several advanced features and options. Seats are available in leather for a plush feel, and the front seats can be heated during the colder months. A Bose premium stereo system provides exceptional entertainment, and proximity keyless entry with push-button engine start make cabin access and engine starting very convenient. Later models have more standard features. For instance, a rearview camera and the IntelliLink infotainment system were made standard for the 2013 model year, and Siri Eyes Free connectivity was added on the 2014 model.

Excellent Predicted Reliability

J.D. Power and Associates ranks each new vehicle according to projected reliability based on an evaluation of reports during the first 90 days of ownership. The vehicle is awarded Power Circles on a scale of 1 to 5. Throughout its production run, the Buick Verano gained a rating of 4 or 4.5 Power Circles, depending on the model year. Consequently, the Verano is considered among the most reliable vehicles in its class.


Fuel Economy

Despite its relatively small base engine, which is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder, the Buick Verano is not as fuel efficient as it could be. Gas mileage generally peaks at around 21 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway. These numbers were especially overshadowed during the Verano's later years by non-luxury rivals such as the Kia Rio and the Toyota Yaris.

Rear Seats

While it's understandable that the Buick Verano is a small ride, the rear section of the cabin can be a bit uncomfortable to some. Legroom in this area is in short supply, thereby making taller passengers feel cramped.

Infotainment System

The Buick Verano's IntelliLink infotainment system  which, as mentioned before, was introduced in the 2013 model year  is anchored by a 7-inch touchscreen interface. It isn't the most user-friendly display in the compact luxury sedan segment; the screen is occasionally slow to respond to the touch of a finger. In some cases, the touchscreen has been known to not respond at all to finger inputs.

Buick Verano Reviews

4.8 OUT OF 5 (226 Reviews)