Buick Envision (2014-2018)
|Production period:||since 2014|
|Body versions :||Station wagon|
Petrol engines :
|Wheelbase :||2750 mm|
|Empty weight :||1575-1800 kg|
|Stars in the US NCAP - Crash Test (2016)|
|Stars in the C-NCAP crash test (2016)|
The Buick Envision is an SUV built by the car manufacturer Buick since 2014 . It is the first General Motors vehicle built in China to be sold in America. The model is positioned between the Buick Encore and the Buick Enclave .
At the Chengdu Auto Show 2014 in August 2014, the vehicle was formally shown publicly for the first time. It has been built by Shanghai GM in China since the end of 2014 and has been sold there since October 2014.
On December 4, 2015, Buick announced that the vehicle would also be sold in the USA from autumn 2016 . It debuted there at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in January 2016 in Detroit .
For China, which was facelift launched in November 2017; In February 2018, it took place for the 2019 model year for the North American market, which begins in autumn.
In the United States, the vehicle will be powered by a 2.0-liter gasoline engine with a turbocharger with a maximum output of 186 kW (253 hp) or, since model year 2017, with a 2.5-l gasoline engine and a maximum net output of 147 kW (200 PS), delivered.
In China, on the other hand, it has been powered by a 1.5-liter gasoline engine with a maximum output of 124 kW or a 2.0-l gasoline engine with a maximum output of 191 kW since it was launched.
|Construction period||since 10/2014||since autumn 2016||Summer 2016-2018||since 2018||10 / 2014–11 / 2017||since 11/2017|
|Motor type||Gasoline engine|
|Engine type||In-line four-cylinder|
|Displacement||1490 cc||2457 cc||1998 cc|
|Max. Power at min −1||124 kW (169 PS) / 5600||147 kW (200 PS) / 6300||186 kW (253 PS) / 5500||185 kW (252 PS) / 5500||191 kW (260 hp) / 5500|
|Max. Torque in min -1||250 Nm / 1700-4400||269 Nm / 4400||352 Nm / 2000||400 Nm / 3000||353 Nm / 2000-5300||400 Nm / 3000-4000|
|Drive, as standard||Front wheel drive||all wheel drive|
|Drive, optional||( Four-wheel drive )||-|
|Gearbox, as standard||7-speed dual clutch transmission||6-speed automatic transmission||9-speed automatic transmission||6-speed automatic transmission||9-speed automatic transmission|
|Top speed||190 km / h (185 km / h)||210 km / h|
|Acceleration, 0-100 km / h||10.3 s (10.9 s)||8.4 s||8.2 s|
|Fuel consumption over 100 km, combined||6.6 l super (7.4 l super)||8.8 l super||8.6–8.8 l super|
|Tank capacity||66 l|
- Values in round brackets apply to vehicles with an optional drive.
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- Safety impact test result. Retrieved January 13, 2019 .
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