Used 2015 BuickVerano 1SV Sedan

  • VIN: 1G4PP5SK6F4176179
  • Stock: UC588
Odometer
30,846 miles
Fuel Economy
21.0/32.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Dk Gray
Interior Color
LIGHT PUTTY
Body
Sedan
Transmission
Automatic
Drivetrain
FWD
Engine
2.4L I4 DOHC 16V 2.4L I4 DOHC 16V
Buick Verano
  • Carfax Free

Included Packages & Options

  • Comfort Package$450
    • Driver 6-Way Power Seat Adjuster
    • Driver & Front Passenger Heated Seats

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

This is a nice clean 2015 Buick Verano!  Low Miles!  Comfy leather seats that are heated in the front.  You'll also love the moonroof on those days you just want to cruze!  Just in, so don't wait!  888.380.4846

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.6Out of 5
  • Worst Car I Ever Bought

    By Jess on Friday, June 21, 2019

    1.0
    I bought my 2014 new from the dealership in 2015. It had never been sold and only had 2,000 miles. At first, I loved the car. It was nice and had a lot of great features and was reasonably priced. I gave Buick such a great review that 2 of my friends went out and bought a Buick (different models). I had 2 family members who had the same car (Verano) but one had a 2012 and the other a 2013 and they had been enjoying their cars. Well around 2016 they both started having trouble with the paint on their cars hood, roof and trunk. At this point, I wasn't having any problems with my paint. Then around 2017 my car started with the paint issues in the exact same areas. I've taken it to the dealership and they've taken photos but it's been a huge run around with no results. Dealer pretty much confirmed the clear coat is failing on the darker paints. Not sure why they wouldn't recall this if multiple cars are having the same issue. I'm embarrassed of my car. Everyone makes comments. Someone once said look at my 19 something Bronco over there, your paint looks just as bad as mine. I have a 2000 Mustang that I bought brand new at the end of 1999. I drove that car around for 10 years (I now have it parked in the garage) and the paint on that car looks nothing like the mess on this Buick. Recently I started having issues with my AC. It works on and off. I've taken it to get checked but they can't find what's causing the problem because every time I take it in the AC starts working and they can't diagnose. I have to take it back because they mentioned it might be electrical. To this day I still haven't had problems like this with my 2000 Mustang. The only issues I had was the need for the occasional adding of freon. It's a 2014 and I've also already had to purchase my 3rd battery on this car. I understand cars do a lot more with all of the technology but 3 batteries on a 5 year old car seems excessive. I thought I was getting a great deal on this car. I had always heard Buick was a reliable car but have found out the hard way that isn't always the case. I would say this car is a lemon and even though I still owe on it I'm probably going to trade it in and get something else. Hopefully I can get a car that will work and be as durable as my 2000.
  • Great daily driver

    By Spanky on Wednesday, November 20, 2013

    5.0
    I bought this car after putting 130K on my SRT-4. I needed a car for work related travel without losing my soul to a boring sedan. This one hit the mark perfectly. the turbo pulls it great and the engineers seem to have found the sweet spot for comfort and performance. I get better mileage than listed and I don't drive slowly... I wanted to buy an American car, but didn't rule out anything. I am very happy with this car!
  • Very Happy!

    By WishyFishy on Saturday, September 21, 2013

    5.0
    I have had my Verano for a little over a year. We bought it in summer (fitting given it's name) and I drove it through it's first winter here in Michigan. It handled and handles amazingly in rain, snow, and shine. It is really nice for 2 person road trips. It's a little tight for 4 adults to fit in for long (3+hr) road trips, but does it's best to accommodate. The rear trunk space is excellent. The folding rear seats are very easy to use for larger items. Gas mileage isn't comparable to fuel efficient brothers, however, I noticed that when I turn off the traction control I can hit 30MPG easily with a mix of freeway and city driving. If I don't turn it off I get about 26 in the city and 29 freeway. I am not a slow driver. I have to navigate around a lot of large semi trucks on the freeway. I drive 37 miles to work, then back again, each day so for me the fuel economy is great. I love the pick-up and pep in the car. The sound system is really nice for not being bose or alpine. The lack of outside noise is to die for! I am always shocked when I roll down my windows and hear a loud motorcycle. I simply roll the windows back up and enjoy the silence. I really love my Verano. I have had a few problems that the dealership has taken care of. One was a recall. The other was a bit more tricky I guess. Ultimately, in the year I have had the car, I feel I made the right purchase.

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