The brand new 2013 Buick Verano is based on the Opel Astra in Europe and can be purchased for under $30,000. USD in America.
But what’s it like to live with the new Buick Verano?
We spend a week driving and getting to know most vehicles that we review and sometimes we discover some unexpected surprises.
Here are the top three unexpected surprises of the new 2013 Buick Verano.
Check out the video review below as we spend a week with the new Buick Verano.
Editor’s note: As many of you know, The Fast Lane Car is king of short-attention-span automotive video reviews. They are short, sweet and entertaining – or, at least that’s what we try to do. As such, we chop up a car review into segments. Sometimes, we do a proper review covering all of the bases. Other times, we do small vignettes like Mile High 0 to 60 mph times, TFLCar Mashups and, our newest videos, Top Three Unexpected Surprises.
We keep these cars for a week or more and learn some nifty things along the way. Roman found three unexpected surprises in the Buick Verano and he’s just itching to tell you about them. This small video will become commonplace with our video family.