Competing against major players like BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3, and the Jeep Renegade, the Buick Encore is priced between the expensive ones and the cheaper models listed above. There are some trims in this SUV – Encore 1SV, Preferred, Sports Touring, Preferred II, Essence, and Premium.
The Front Wheel Drive (FWD) with a 1.4L turbo engine in the variants costs the following:
ENCORE 1SV starts from $23,915, the PREFERRED from $25,290, the SPORT TOURING model starts from $26,490, and the PREFERRED II starts at $27,790, while the ESSENCE is priced from $29,990 and the PREMIUM model at a starting price of $31,390. The All Wheel Drive (AWD) type is more expensive than the prices mentioned here.
Three offers are running currently and are as follows:
- The 2017 Buick Encore Premium is sold to customers at 15% below MSRP (the manufacturer’s suggested retail price).
- You could purchase a new Buick Encore for a lease payment –
The ultra low mileage lease for qualified lessees at $199/month for 39 months.
$3,509 is the amount due at the time of signing the contract, after all, offers are discounted.
And, $509 is due at the time of signing if you are current lessees of 2008, or for new non-General Motors vehicles (after all the other offers).
The tax, title, license, and dealer fees are to be paid extra, but there is nil security deposit.
A mileage charge of $0.25/mile over 32,500 miles at participating dealers is also charged.
If you are a customer going in for a finance plan, then the conditions are as follows:
For a 2017 Buick Encore excluding the Preferred and 1SV models, funding is available for the rest –
At 0% APR (annual percentage rate of charge) for 72 months for qualified buyers.
A monthly payment scheme would be to the tune of $13.89 for every $1000 you finance.
Whatever type of pricing strategy suits you – discounted price, lease or finance plan, select it after carefully analyzing the costs of a Buick Encore over the entire term of the offer correctly.