Compare Mercedes-Benz R-Class vs Buick Enclave

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Compare Mercedes-Benz R-Class vs Enclave (1:1)

The 2012 R-class is a competent and reasonably family car for luxury shoppers. R-class Diesel offers the pros: Seating for seven; and composed ride; relatively fuel efficiency; tight class. Mercedes-Benz R-class drawbacks are: Cumbersome to antiquated COMAND interface; trunk and passenger room to minivans.

The 2012 Mercedes-Benz is a big crossover/wagon/van car with a traditional capacity. An auxillary second-row bench ups the passenger count to

There are two trim levels, Bluetec 4matic and R350 but the difference between the two is restricted to and tires.

The Mercedes-Benz R-class traditional with 19-inch automatic headlights, LED running automatic wipers, a sunroof, third-row quarter windows, control, dual-zone automatic an eight-way performance driver (with four-way lumbar a tilt-and-telescoping helm, Mb-tex vinyl upholstery, Bluetooth connectivity, an older version of COMAND controls interface, and an audio system with a changer, an optional stereo radio and HD radio. The Bluetec run-flat tires.

The Luxury 1 suite adds a camera, a performance liftgate, mirrors, auto-dimming look and mirrors, a performance tilt-and-telescoping driver memory functions and an stereo interface. The Luxury 2 contains all of the above along keyless ignition/entry (available and an 11-speaker Harman Kardon stereo system. The Lighting adds bi-xenon headlamps a self-cleaning system.

The Sport Look suite available on the Bluetec) adds AMG wheels and blue-tinted glass.

features include parking adaptive suspension dampers, a warning system, a panoramic heated front seatings, a helm, three-zone conditioning, back sunshades, the Mercedes communications system and a rear-seat system.

The three-row 2012 Enclave crossover SUV is an impressive for families who want minivan along with classy and a premium dashboard. Buick SUV offers the following pros: layout inside and out; and quiet ride; all three are spacious; ample trunk top crash-test scores. Buick SUV drawbacks are: Big size maneuverability; some minor annoyances; compromised back

The 2012 Buick Enclave is a big SUV that’s provided in four versions. All have a traditional seats customization via second-row chairs and a third-row seat An auxillary second-row seat available at no extra charge, capacity to eight.

Even the model is nicely equipped 19-inch alloy wheels, headlights, foglamps, a performance heated outside mirrors, automatic conditioning and cloth Other traditional features partial performance front a tilt-and-telescoping leather/wood helm, entry, cruise control, an rearview mirror, Bluetooth, and a six-speaker CD/MP3 stereo with an optional stereo and radio.

Stepping up to the Comfort Group level adds remote back parking assist and a camera. The Leather Group on leather upholstery, heated front seatings (eight-way four-way passenger) and driver options.

The top-of-the-line Luxury has the above equipment plus chrome wheels, adaptive headlights, heated power-folding mirrors with inbuilt signal repeaters, heated and front seatings, a power-adjustable column, a 115-volt household-style outlet and a 10-speaker Bose stereo system with stereo input slots and a of back bench headphone

Major features vary by level and include 20-inch alloy wheels, a dual-pane the second-row seat bench and a center control panel. upgrades include the 10-speaker surround-sound stereo system, a entertainment system and a navigator.

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