New York Auto Show - 3 Hits and 3 Misses From the
Automakers are showing off a long list of new models at this week's New York International Auto Show. The show is heavy on SUVs and premium models -- but there are some cars sprinkled into the mix, too. Here's a look at three of the show's high points -- and three new entries that seemed to miss the mark.
Hit: Buick Enclave
The 2018 Buick Enclave is all-new -- really all-new, from the ground up. The 7-passenger Buick is one of four new crossover SUVs General Motors (NYSE:GM) will launch this year, and it might be the nicest. Like its all-new Chevy and GMC siblings, the new Enclave is built on an all-new structure that reduces weight while giving it more room inside. Also new with the Enclave: Buick's upscale Avenir sub-brand. GM hopes Avenir will do for Buick what Denali has done for GM.
The verdict: A well-done new entry in a hot segment. GM will sell lots of these. See all here...