Customers from all around the world were very disappointed when Skylark went out of production back in 1997. There was no actual compact car left in the line-up of Buick in this genre. However, that was not for long as Buick was pretty quick to come up with their successor line of compact cars – the Verano sedan – in 2011. This year, another Verano is hitting the markets, and the 2016 Buick Verano Coupe changes will certainly amaze you in all senses. This car has been a favourite seller in Buick over the past three years or so.
So, for a 2016 year model, Buick has finally decided to produce another Verano. The news got even better when Buick released that this new Verano concept will be featured with its favourite Delta II platform design. So, let’s have a look at some of the design changes and engine modules that has been decided to be included in this 2016 Buick Verano model.
2016 Buick Verano Coupe Engine Specs
A major portion of the 2016 Buick Verano Coupe Changes includes the various changes that have been done to its engine department. One of them includes discontinuing its previous 1.5 LITER engine, since the new ones will provide much better performance than those. In addition to that, General Motors have certainly adapted to an entire new line of engines for this vehicle. What are those? Let’s check them out.
A base variant will be present, consisting of a 2.4 LITER Eco-Tec inline 4 cylinder engine, which can produce a maximum of 180 HP of power. There will be an optional engine choice as well, with a 2.0 LITER turbo charged configuration, generating around 151 HP of max power, along with 264 lbs. feet of max torque. This variant will also provide a great fuel economy – an EPA rating of 46 MPG on highway drive.
2016 Buick Verano Coupe Exterior and Interior
According to several reports, among various 2016 Buick Verano Coupe Changes, the most prolific is going to be on its exterior front. Even though the basic chassis design with the Delta II interface will remain the same, but this model is going to be a lot sleeker than its previous versions. In addition to that, new tail lights will be added, with innovative fender design. Buick’s trademark grille design will be present as well, with an aggressive lower bumper and dual trapezoidal exhaust tips. In order to give this car an aerodynamic feel, the roofline will be long with flat rear ends.
Interior specs will also be quite good, but there would not any significant changes inside of this car. Certain features will be retained from its previous versions, but this 2016 Verano model will have a new inter-link infotainment system. Along with that, it will also have wireless compatibility features, with OnStar 4G LTE and Siri Eyes.
2016 Buick Verano Coupe Price and Release Date
Several notable 2016 Buick Verano Coupe Changes have been seen, but it will cost you around $28000. It will receive tough competition from Mercedes Benz CLA, Audi A3 and Acura ILX. As far as its release goes, it will likely be in 2016.