Wednesday, April 15, 2015

New Buick Verano

GM released this teaser picture for the next generation Verano sedan.
Which is based on the redesigned Opel Astra sedan.

This particular model is the Chinese version. Which should be pretty much the same as the car we will be getting here late this year, or early next year.

It shows a little bit more personality than the current model.
The current Verano is actually quite a nice driving car. It mostly needs a bit more personality and a roomier back seat.



8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this, Vince. But twice in your comments you refer to the "Milano" when I think you meant to say "Verano."

Carl said...

Looks very nice so far.

Anonymous said...

Milano?

Anonymous said...

It also needs a more memorable name, you called it "Milano" twice. Were you thiking of a cookie or a Mercury?

Anonymous said...

Vince - 'Verano' or 'Milano?'

Vince Burlapp said...

Thanks to all for noticing. I have zero idea why I wrote "Milano" twice. (???)
Probably a major (but short) brain fart.

DRB said...

Why does it need a roomier back seat? It is a compact car - and has more rear leg and head room than either the ILX or the A3 which it does technically compete with. If rear seat room is a priority, they can step up to the Regal.

Anonymous said...

The only modern car with reasonable head & leg room front & back (i.c. the only legitimate "family" sedan) seems to be the base-level Charger. (the back seat should be big enough for adults & teenagers, not just toddlers--like the uncomfortably small back seats of the Jetta, Passat, Altima, Dart, 200, Fusion, Camry, Accord, etc.etc.etc) Stepping up to an Avalon or Taurus or LaCrosse; is a pretty steep price to pay for another 2" of head & leg room!)