Buick's flagship Enclave seven-passenger SUV is adding technology and a back massage feature for 2020 as part of a midcycle update that will also bring the new Sport Touring trim grade.
General Motors is offering a $2,800 fleet incentive for the 2020 Enclave, which was last redesigned in 2018. It remains in its second generation.
The Sport Touring package, which is based on the Essence trim, adds a body-color grille instead of chrome and 20-inch wheels with a bright finish.
The new massage function and power lumbar adjustment comes on Premium and Avenir models. The 2020 Enclave also offers GM's high-definition backup camera that can be viewed as a wide-angle perspective on the rear-view mirror. The Enclave's 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system now offers connected navigation and Sirius XM on a subscription.
The 2020 Enclave will retail for $41,195 when it reaches dealerships this summer.
The Enclave was first introduced to the U.S. market as a 2008 model.
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