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    New York 2012: Buick Teases The Next Enclave

    William Maley

    Editor/Reporter - CheersandGears.com

    February 29, 2012

    General Motors released a teaser picture of the new Buick Enclave which will make its official debut at the New York auto show in April.

    The picture which teases the interior of the new Enclave looks the same as the new Acadia, except for the different color lighting. So that means the Enclave will have Buick's Intellilink system, an extensive use of LED ambient lighting, and new switchgear. Also, expect the center airbag seen in the Acadia to appear as well.

    Source: GM

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    EXCITEMENT!!!! :P Gotta love new releases. I think this will be a mucho better upgrade for this key auto. Should help with Conquest sales.

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