Buick spent 1,000 hours to make the seats of the Verano comfortable

on June 24 at 10:41 PM
Buick announced that their team of engineers spent around 1,000 hours to make sure that the seats of the 2012 Verano are comfortable eliminating hot spots that may occur during long drives. They also made sure that the headrest does not interfere with hair-dos of the occupants.

Buick logo brand invested on the interior craftsmanship and comfort for their seats making sure that the Verano can meet head on the competition like the Lexus IS and the Acura TSX. The primary assignment of the designers of the 2012 Buick Verano is to make the ride comfortable and feel that when going to a holiday, the vacation starts as soon as they step into their 2012 Verano. Quite a fitting goal and concept as Verano literally translates as “summer” in Spanish.

The seats of the Verano make use of premium support foam, leather, and padding. The materials are similar to the ones used for the seats of the Buick LaCrosse but the Verano’s seat bolster are made to provide greater side support to provide the most comfortable experience while cruising to your next destination.

Another great feature of the Verano interior is how they made use of noise reduction technologies to make the cabin as quiet as possible.

It is nice to hear that the Trishield brand is exerting all efforts to make their rides comfortable and be at par or better with luxury counterparts like the Acura and Lexus and this just shows that they are serious to move up to a higher segment of the market.

The Verano will be marketed in three trims with the top one with a suggested sticker price of $26,850. All variants of the Verano will be dependent on the 4-cylinder Ecotec engine which gives out 180 horsepower and a torque of 171 lb-ft. This powerplant will be coupled with a six speed automatic gearbox. The Verano can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just around 8 seconds. Fuel mileage is expected to be pegged at 31 miles per gallon on the highway.

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