Enclave Gets Enhanced Buick ADAS System

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DETROIT – The 2022 Buick Enclave sport utility vehicle, scheduled to go on sale later this year, will feature additional safety features along with some styling changes.

“The 2022 Buick Enclave’s enhancements elevate the design and driving experience that premium SUV customers have come to expect and appreciate,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president, Global Buick and GMC. “After nearly 15 years as one of the segment’s pioneering premium SUVs, the Enclave continues to reward customers by offering more style and substance.” 

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Many of these changes were originally scheduled for the 2021 model year but were postponed due to the pandemic.

Standard on the premium SUV for the first time is the Buick Driver Confidence Plus Package (Buick’s suite of advanced driver-assist systems, ADAS) which contains: automatic emergency braking (AEB), front pedestrian emergency braking, lane-keep assist, lane-change alert, rear park assist, forward collision alert, following-distance indicator, rear cross-traffic alert and IntelliBeam automatic high beams.

Also available on the 2022 Enclave are a rear camera mirror, rear pedestrian alert, head-up display, front park assist, color head-up display and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

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The interior receives a redesigned console with push-button transmission selector, premium soft-touch materials and available heated/ventilated/massage front seats.

The contemporary fascia designs and new grille and headlamps align with the redesigned 2021 Envision that launched early this year. There are also new wheel designs available.

Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.