The interior of the 2012 Buick Verano Sedan is filled with appealing and authentic materials of high quality. This good blend makes the vehicle extremely comfortable.
It has a handling rarely seen in a luxury sedan thanks to its traction control function that gives it a better hold onto the road regardless of the driving speed.
Noise has been reduced a great deal, and it beats its competitors severely in this category. Unlike competing models, the car is quiet during highway cruising.
Safety has been pushed to the next level, as is seen in its 10 airbags, traction control, Automatic Crash Response and ABS braking system.
It is a budget car and its price as well as its consumption is pocket friendly.
The six-speed automatic transmission gives the vehicle a bigger burst of energy. However, the transmission could be optimized if the horsepower of the 2012 Buick Verano Sedan was slightly raised.
Entertainment is commendable in the car thanks to synchronization of different devices with it plus a friendly touch screen navigation / radio.
It clearly lacks power, yet its chassis can carry more weight and would even be able to sustain a more powerful machine.
The car lacks rear vents, which blocks out light.
Everything in this car - even adjusting seats - is manual. It's an unwelcome return to the "good ol' Buick" days.
It shows strain on handling around bends and other situations with extreme conditions.