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2025 Buick Enclave | Manufacturer image

By Jennifer Geiger

January 22, 2024

Buick’s flagship Enclave SUV is getting a makeover for the 2025 model year, and although details are slim, the brand released a couple of teaser images today along with some clues about what the next-gen Enclave will be. It’s been a long time coming: The Enclave was last redesigned for 2018, and the three-row SUV has seen only minor changes in the years since.

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For 2025, Buick says to expect big changes, starting with the Enclave’s styling, which it says was inspired by its Wildcat concept, a gorgeous, low-slung electric coupe.

2025 Buick Enclave | Manufacturer image

The teaser images of the 2025 Enclave show the three-row SUV wearing a grille that bears some resemblance to the concept car’s, as well as a longer hood, taller grille and more raked rear roofline than the current version. The refreshed Enclave also sports the new version of the three-shield Buick badge that’s worn by the concept car and other models from the brand, including the 2024 Envista and upcoming Envision.

There’s no word on powertrain details, but mention of the Wildcat EV inspiration might hint at some electrification in the Enclave’s future. We’ll know more when the new Enclave is introduced later in the year.

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