The small SUV with not so small pricing – Buick Encore
Are you one of those chic, cosmopolitan, young urban professionals? Or are you an affluent person who wants to add another SUV to your already existing fleet of vehicles? If you are either of these or are just researching options to purchase a small SUV, then the 2017 Buick Encore is definitely what you are looking for.
The well equipped Buick Encore cost is slightly towards the expensive end, at a starting price of $23,000 for the standard FWD, while the optional AWD is slightly higher.
The five trims available for this small SUV from Buick have a price differential amongst them. The ENCORE 1SV costs $239,15 and the PREFERRED costs $252,90. The third alternative, the SPORT TOURING is $264,90, while the fifth on the list is PREFERRED II at a cost of $277,90. ESSENCE and PREMIUM, the last two in the series cost $299,90 and $313,90 respectively.
This feature rich, expensive Buick Encore has a number of buyers for its smart, upscale looks. For those customers who are seriously considering buying one in the near future, there are a variety of ways to save on your acquisition. There is the traditional discount for cash purchases, then there are finance options, i.e. credit facilities for a particular term and interest rate on the sum you borrow. Additionally, you could also take your Buick Encore on a lease.
The original cost of the Buick Encore 2017 is $368,60. For a quick cash purchase, a discount of $41,13 is offered. Apart from this, there is a further price reduction of $14,16. So the final price you would pay for this luxury on wheels is $313,31. Eventually, you end up with a saving of $55,29 on the MSRP. You could alternatively lease a Buick Encore for as low as $149 per month for 24 months with $37,29 payable upon signing an Encore, or lease it for $199 per month for 39 months with $35,09 payable upfront for the Encore FWD. The attractive finance deals have a 0% financing for 72 months. Calculate the monetary aspect of owning a Buick Encore and be quick about the purchase, lest the offers may lapse.