• Buick has given new information about the new Envision SUV’s starting price of $37,295.
  • The gauge cluster and most of the entertainment functions have been moved to a new 30-inch screen.
  • Plus, Buick has decided to put off the launch of Super Cruise in the 2024 Envision until a later date.

As of late, Buick has been updating all of its SUVs. The most recent addition is the 2024 Envision. As the summer launch date for the SUV approaches, the company has given us more information about the sleek redesign we saw in June.

The 2024 Buick Envision starts at $37,295 and has a big 30-inch screen

There are three price levels, with the Envision getting rid of the Essence trim and replacing it with the new Sport Touring trim. This is the same as other recently updated Buicks. The base Preferred trim level of the Envision now costs $37,295, which is the same as a nicer SUV. The new Sport Touring option costs $39,795 and has 20-inch alloy wheels instead of the normal 18-inch wheels. It costs $2500 more than the Preferred option.

The most expensive Avenir starts at $48,395, so upgrading to that model costs a lot of money. If you choose the top model, it comes with a heated steering wheel, air conditioning with multiple zones, and a remote engine start as standard.

Behind a single piece of glass, the Encore GX system has an 8.0-inch gauge cluster and an 11.0-inch central infotainment system. All Envision models, on the other hand, have a 30-inch touchscreen display that is relatively big and ultrawide. Buick says that owners will be able to change the screen so that it shows the most important information to them. The system gives you music, navigation, and general car information through widgets that you can change. Google is already set up on the system, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto work wirelessly.

It still needs to be a Super Cruise

GM’s Super Cruise hands-free driving assistance will not be offered on the Envision, as was first said. Before it came out, the company had stopped working on better SUV technologies. According to Buick, the Envision’s release date and the date that Buick with Super Cruise came out were the same. A Buick staffer told Invoice Pricing that the company plans to keep putting the system in its cars, which is good news for tech fans.

This is our first look at the inside of the Envision after it has been made totally over. Some of the things that have been changed are the center panel, dash, front and back seats, and the screen. Also, Buick made the two-tone look of the Envision better by adding a Slate Blue touch to the front door cards and dash top.

There have been few changes to the performance; the only engine choice is still the 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine with 228 horsepower, connected to a nine-speed automatic engine. After removing the front-wheel drive, which was normal, from the lineup, the all-wheel drive became the only choice. The Envision will be available at stores for the first time this summer.

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