The 2013 Buick Verano Turbo is based on the European Opel Astra, which is a good thing since the Buick Verano turbo drives more like a European Performance car than a American Luxury car. That’s right, we think there is a lot of European goodness in the Buick Verano including its driving character.
According to Buick: “Inside the 2013 Buick Verano luxury sedan you’ll find everything has a purpose. From the premium materials to the right amount of trunk space, our designers went out of their way to make Verano comfortable and purposeful. You’ll find premium craftsmanship and design everywhere you look along with exceptional seat comfort. When it comes to the driver, Verano makes you the center of attention, keeping you in control while putting you at ease.”
As for the exterior, Buick says, “The 2013 Verano luxury sedan is as elegant as it is beautiful. Verano’s signature black chrome waterfall grille and chrome accents, jewel-like projector beam headlamps, stunning 18” forged alloy wheels and sophisticated sculpting make fall in line with Buick’s impeccable sense of design. New for 2013, Verano Turbo takes the sleek style of its predecessors to the next level with dual, chrome-tipped exhaust outlets, door handles and a sporty rear spoiler.”
Check out this follow up video to our recent first drive review as we get to know the Buick Verano Turbo inside and out.