2017 Buick Verano ratings and reviews
Buick's smallest sedan, the Verano also turned out to be its least popular, as demand for crossover SUVs increased. As a result, the 2017 Buick Verano is available in just three trim levels and had many of its previous year's features stripped away. Gone is a turbocharged engine and the option of a manual transmission. In its place is a 2.4-liter inline-4 engine with 180 horsepower and an automatic transmission. On the plus side, the 2017 Buick Verano has a lot of standard features drivers won't find elsewhere, such as 4g LTE WiFi hotspot, an electronic parking brake, Bluetooth, and remote start. Safety features on all Verano models include stability and traction control, 10 airbags, and a 6-month trial of OnStar with an automatic crash response. The Sport Touring trim has a rearview camera and rear parking sensors as well as a Driver's Confidence package as an optional extra.