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Used: 2009 Buick Enclave Select a Trim

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Pricing Used: Typically Equipped
Retail Price KBB Suggested Retail
What should I pay?
New Car Incentives3 -
Estimated Payments $199 /mo @ 3.19%* APR for 60 months
Quick Facts
Fuel EconomyCity 17/Hwy 24/Comb 19 MPG
EngineV6, 3.6 Liter
TransmissionAuto, 6-Spd Overdrive
Max Seating Capacity8
EPA ClassSport Utility Vehicles
Body StyleSport Utility
Country of AssemblyUnited States
Country of OriginUnited States
Basic4 years or 50000 miles
Powertrain5 years or 100000 miles
Corrosion/Rust Thru6 years with Unlimited miles
Roadside Assistance Program5 years or 100000 miles
Non-Transferable Powertrain-
Hybrid/Electric Components-
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1. The Fair Purchase Price reflects a vehicle's actual selling price and is based on tens of thousands of recent real sales transactions from auto dealers across the United States. The Fair Purchase Price is not calculated or based on a proprietary formula; instead it is derived from actual new vehicle sales and extensive knowledge of the marketplace.

2. Kelley Blue Book Suggested Retail Value is representative of dealers' asking prices for a used car, and the starting point for negotiation between a consumer and a dealer. This Suggested Retail Value assumes that the vehicle has been fully reconditioned and has a clean title history, but has not been certified in accordance with any Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program the automaker may offer (for which it may or may not qualify, according to factors such as vehicle age and mileage). This value also takes into account the dealers' profit, costs for advertising, sales commissions and other costs of doing business. The final sale price will likely be less depending on the vehicle's actual condition, popularity, type of warranty offered and local market conditions.

3. Incentives are offers from auto manufacturers that are designed to attract buyers to their products. Incentives may be financially beneficial to buyers by lowering the cost of vehicle acquisition. Notable incentives include cash-to-customer rebates, low-interest-rate financing and the inclusion of optional equipment at no additional cost. Restrictions may apply on some incentives. Individual dealers can often provide more details.

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