Buick has announced pricing for the redesigned 2021 Envision crossover.
It starts at $32,995 for the Preferred trim level, a significant drop from last year's base price.
The new Envision will go on sale early in 2021, Buick says.
Despite a more attractive design and a significantly more powerful base engine, the new 2021 Buick Envision is cheaper than its predecessor. The base price for the redesigned model has dropped $1700 to $32,995, and higher trim levels are more affordable than before, too.
While the previous Envision came standard with a 197-hp naturally aspirated 2.5-liter inline-four and offered a 252-hp turbo-four as an upgrade, a 230-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four is standard across the board in the 2021 model. The base Preferred trim starts at $32,995 and has front-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is an $1800 option on all trims. One step up from the Preferred is the Essence, which starts at $36,995. That's a $495 drop from last year's Essence.
The Envision's top trim is now called Avenir, and it starts at $41,395. With the optional all-wheel drive and extras including adaptive dampers, a panoramic sunroof, and several driver-assistance systems, a fully loaded Envision Avenir tops out at just over $47,000.
Buick says the 2021 Envision will be reaching dealerships early next year.
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