2022 Buick Encore starts at $25,795

New engine with more power for the same trim price as in 2021

The Buick Encore got in the marketplace right here for the 2013 version year, its combination of solid, functional, and also premium-ish material working well enough to raise sales by about 10% every year up until 2019. The shine on that first-year design was such that it was recently elected among the best used-car buys under $10,000. Still in its very first generation, the Encore soldiers right into the 2022 design year with a few small changes. The largest update for the 2022 Encore is a more recent 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine with more power. The previous device generated 138 horse power as well as 148 pound-feet of torque; the new 1.4 will let loose 155 hp and 177 lb-ft. That engine will only be offered on the Preferred trim– which is the just one left. In 2018, the Encore was available in 6 tastes. Paring decreased that to a base design and a Preferred model for 2021, as well as for next year the base departs. Also (sort of) under the hood, an electric heating system and defroster replace the traditional heating unit core system, for faster toasties in cool climates.

The only change exterior is the addition of an exterior temperature sensing unit.

Inside, the eight-inch infotainment touchscreen reduces to come to be a seven-inch touchscreen. The passenger’s seatback will no longer fold flat, so Buick took the opportunity to include a seatback map pocket to the shotgun position.

Buick will charge $25,795 for the 2022 Encore, that figure including the $1,195 destination charge. It’s the same rate as the 2021 Encore Preferred.

The ongoing paring of the schedule suggests GM is ready to wind the model down now that the tiny-bit-larger and also even more successful Encore GX is killing the Encore in the sales race. Via completion of September, the Repetition is down on its 2020 sales volume in the U.S. by regarding half, whereas the Encore GX has greater than increased its 2020 sales thus far this year. Automotive News reported that the Repetition will certainly quit the U.S. market in 2023 without a replacement as the car manufacturer digs into its electric efforts. GM Authority thinks there’s a possibility the new-generation Encore offered in China might come below.