All-New 2021 Buick Envision Pricing Revealed

    The redesigned SUV's base model starts $1700 lower, and the Essence is $495 cheaper than the previous generation.

    4w ago


    Key Points:

    1. Buick has announced pricing for the redesigned Envision SUV.

    2. The base Preferred model drops $1700 and the Essence begins $495 lower than the previous generation.

    3. Buick says 2021 Envisions should reach dealerships in early 2021.




    The all-new Envision is pretty striking, especially compared to its predecessor. Surprisingly, lower pricing tags along with the Envision's new styling. Second-generation base models start $1700 lower than the previous generation, with front-wheel drive Preferred trim levels starting at $32,995. All-wheel drive is an $1800 optional extra on all trim levels.

    Up from the Preferred is the Essence, which begins $495 lower this time around, now at $36,995. The top trim Envision starts at $41,395 and is now called the Avenir. Fully loaded Avenirs equipped with all-wheel drive, adaptive dampers, a panoramic sunroof, and a suite of driver assistance features top out at over $47,000.


    2021 brings a more powerful base engine too, instead of the first-gen's 197 horsepower 2.5 L I-4, all 2021 models come with a turbocharged 230 horsepower 2.0 L I-4 as standard.

    According to Buick, the second-generation Envision will arrive in dealerships early next year.



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    Comments (6)

    • This is one of the nicer SUVs I've seen. They're all starting to look alike and I'm not an SUV kind of guy but this looks good. Buick is a reliable brand too. If I were in the market for an SUV I would definitely take one of these out for a test drive and check it out.

        1 month ago
    • Can I just say all Buick does is time up Vauxhall’s

        1 month ago
    • I don’t see how this is news. It’s just a new generation.

        1 month ago


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