Buick's Privileged Enclave
The Good: Styling, classy interior, versatility
The Bad: Sluggish acceleration, fuel economy
The Bottom Line: A domestic crossover that's as tasteful and well-made as its European and Japanese competition
Being one of the best sport-utility vehicles on the market today is like being the most advanced species of woolly mammoth as the Ice Age looms—which sums up the position in which General Motors (GM) finds itself with its terrific new '08 Buick Enclave.
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