The 2013 Buick Vernao Turbo features More Powerful Engine

0 comments, 14/06/2012, by , in Auto News, Buick

Automobile manufacturers are in the race to produce powerful engine that empowers cars with high energy and facilitate the driver to drive a performance oriented car with a difference. You can enjoy such powerful engine in 2013 Buick Verano that is equipped with Ecotec 2.0L Turbo-charged engine. Ecotec 2.0L assistant chief engineer Amy Joss said, “The 2.0L turbo engine was designed for refinement, higher output capabilities and reduced noise. The way it sounds, the power delivery and the refined characters are all fitting of a luxury sedan with a fun side.”

Direct Injection and Continuously Variable Valve Timing delivers 250 Horsepower and Torque of 260 lb-ft. 2013 Acura ILX 2.4L is one of the top level competitors of 2013 Buick Verano and it produces Torque of 170 lb-ft that means it’s new and improved engine is really working. In just 6.2 seconds, one can accelerate Buick Verano Turbo from 0-60 mph.

The2013 Buick Verano Turbo is a luxury Sedan model and it is equipped with 4-cylinder engine just like a Regal Luxury Sport Sedan. Moreover, the LaCrosse Luxury Sedan is available with standard 4-cylinder engine that is coupled with eAssist Technology, eAssist technology enhance the fuel economy and performance with the help of an electric motor and battery.

Vice president of Buick Marketin Tony DiSalle said, “Buick’s engine strategy continues to be driven by intelligent performance. Four-cylinder engines, turbocharging and eAssist are all the right solutions for today’s market. With these advanced technologies, Buicks are more efficient without sacrificing their smooth, quiet character.”

In North America, 4-cylinder engine is employed in maximum vehicles and it is anticipated that its usage will increase up to 74% in the next couple of years. You can also choose 2013 Buick Verano Turbo either with 6-speed automatic/manual transmission. Information about prices will be released soon.

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