2010 Buick Enclave Review

A lot of car shoppers link minivans with a terminal case of parental frumpiness, but when it comes to outright utility those vehicles have long beaten more socially acceptable crossovers, hands down. General Motors' three-row crossovers — the Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave — narrow that divide.

The Enclave combines outstanding utility with premium touches not usually found in such a roomy vehicle.

Introduced for 2008, the three-row Enclave (most expensive of the three GMs) seats up to eight. All-wheel drive is optional, and trim levels include the CX, CXL-1 and CXL-2. We tested a front-wheel-drive, seven-seat Enclave CXL-2. Click here to compare the 2010 Enclave with the 2009, or here to compare it with its Chevrolet and GMC cohorts.

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Automatic Door Lock
The doors are programmed to automatically lock when the shift lever is moved out of P (Park). The automatic door lock feature cannot be disabled. ...

Cupholders
Cupholders There are removable cupholders located in the center console. Slide the cover (A) to access the cupholders. Cupholders are also located in the rear center armrest. ...

Remote Recall
When on, this feature will recall the current driver's last seat and outside mirror positions upon unlocking the driver door with the RKE, and opening that door. The current driver is identi ...