The 2012 Buick Verano Sedan comes in three trims. The first is a Verano 4-door sedan with a list of standard perks, including stability control, six-speed auto transmission, iPod connection port, traction control, side and front airbags, satellite radio, and a fuel consumption of approximately 21 miles per gallon in the city and 32 on the highway. The exterior has a rather ordinary styling which honestly does not help its luxury status - especially if the luxury bracket is where it is competing. Its 18 by 8 inch alloy wheels and chrome grill give it some flair, and its all-season tires and inside mounted spare tire stay between you and flats. The other trims share the standard features appearing on the sedan model. They also have variable intermittent wipers and a rear defogger for extreme cold seasons, and foldable mirrors that defrost automatically when temperatures fall below 45 degrees F. The cargo capacity in the car is decent, with a capacity of 14.3 cubic feet with all seats are place. The vehicle's curb weight totals 3300 lbs. with a gross weight of 4371.
All the three trims have standard mechanical inclusions, such as a 2.4 liter Double Overhead Cam (DOHC) engine, a torque of 171 ft-lbs at 4900 revolutions per minute, and a horsepower of 180 at 6700 revolutions per minute. The 2012 Buick Verano Sedan can turn in a circle of 36 feet - an indication that its suspension, steering and strength are spot on. As you make navigations, there is a vast bar, damper and string to restrain the vehicle from wobbling when controlling it.
The interior possesses a Bose premium audio system with surround speakers to enhance the quality of music and audio programs.