2025 Buick Enclave Base Price Increased By $1,100

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, Automotive Editor - June 5, 2024
2025 Buick Enclave

Buick has introduced a fully redesigned Enclave for the 2025 model year. Just like its platform mates, the Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia, the Enclave arrives with a new design, updated tech features, and a new powertrain. The 2025 Buick Enclave has also received a new lineup and, as one would expect, a higher starting price tag. Per order guide data, the redesigned Enclave will start at $46,395 (prices include destination).

That figure represents an increase of $1,100 from the 2024 Enclave which started at $45,295. An increase of $1,100 is relatively small for a fully redesigned vehicle. With the 2025 Traverse, Chevrolet increased its SUV’s price by $3,080 to $38,995. And the 2025 GMC Acadia went up by $5,700. So, Buick has managed to keep its price increase for the fully redesigned down in comparison to Chevy and GMC.

For 2025, the mid-level Enclave Sport Touring trim starts at $48,795, which is $3,800 less than last year’s mid-level Premium trim which costs $52,595. The Avenir returns as the range-topping trim for 2025 but carries a starting price tag of $59,395 – an increase of $500 from before. All-wheel drive continues to be an option for 2025 and costs $2,000.

2025 Buick Enclave Dashboard

Even with a $1,100 price increase, the 2025 Enclave continues to be competitively priced in the midsize segment. The Enclave is cheaper than the Acura MDX ($51,500), Cadillac XT6 ($50,190), Infiniti QX60 ($51,000), Lexus TX ($55,050), Genesis GV80 ($60,050), and Lincoln Aviator ($54,735). The majority of luxury midsize SUVs from German brands cost a lot more than the 2025 Enclave, but deliver a more upscale experience.

With everything that’s changed for the 2025 Buick Enclave, we’re surprised that pricing has only gone up by $1,100. The 2025 Enclave arrives with a new exterior design that’s far sharper and far more modern than before. Instead of a V6 engine, the 2025 model gains a more powerful turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that’s paired with a new eight-speed transmission. The SUV’s interior has been overhauled to include a 30-inch curved display with Google built-in. Shoppers will also find more advanced safety features.

The 2025 Enclave’s full redesign has made it a lot more competitive than before and the $1,100 price increase makes the new SUV an attractive upgrade over the 2024 model.

Pictured: 2025 Buick Enclave

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Sean Kaufman contributed to this report.

, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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