Buick will present at the Detroit Motor Show (10-23 January) an unprecedented four-door notchback sedan platform on General Motors’ Delta II, “named Verano and proposed a four-cylinder Ecotec 2.4-liter (177 hp). The Buick Perano divides the backbone with medium-sized cars made by U.S. group – including the Opel Astra, Chevrolet Volt and Orlando – but is characterized by a length of 4.67 meters, a width of 1.81 meters and a height of 1:48 m For a step of 2.68 meters. This policy of sharing is also reflected in the cockpit, almost identical (differing only materials and finishes) to those already proposed dall’Opel Astra.
The Buick Perano is available at launch with the 2.4 liter Ecotec engine only 177 hp and 230 Nm, developed to work with E85 and matched to a six-speed automatic transmission. Interesting performance: 0-100 km / h in 8 seconds flat for a declared consumption of between 10.7 liters per one hundred kilometers on the march in the city and 7.6 l/100 km when driving on the highway. Depending on the fittings are offered as standard or optional alloy wheels with 18-inch, ten airbags, dual zone climate control, heated leather seats and audio system with steering wheel controls.