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2013 Buick Verano Turbo

February 3rd, 2013 in News

2013 Buick Verano Turbo

2013 Buick Verano TurboWho says you can’t mix business with pleasure? The 2013 Verano T provides the style and sophistication expected in a compact luxury sedan—but under the hood lies 250 horsepower turbocharged poised and ready for all the fun that happens off the clock. With a zero to sixty time of six seconds, you’d better have a lid on that espresso.

The Verano is all about big luxury in a small package. Remote starting the vehicle brings the interior to life, automatically adjusting the temperature inside before you enter the vehicle. Premium soft touch materials and wood accents give the cabin the unmistakable comfort Buick provides. The attention to detail can be found in every inch and storage compartment. On finger-numbing mornings, heated leather seats automatically activate, and the heated leather-wrapped steering wheel keeps the cumbersome gloves at bay.

2013 Buick Verano TurboSubtle cues, like the understated “T” badge or chrome tipped dual exhaust set the Verano T apart from the standard Verano trim packages, which are already feature rich in true Buick fashion. QuietTuning technology muffles undesirable sound with sound dampeners placed throughout the frame. Combined with Bose Active noise cancelling technology, engine and road noise are all but eliminated. In the standard Verano, this makes for a smooth, comfortable ride. In the Verano T, the extra power makes the ride simply exhilarating. An impeccable union of speed and sound.

In a non-turbocharged Verano, the naturally aspirated 2.4L produces 180 horsepower. In the Verano T, a turbocharged 2.0L produces 250 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque, shaving a full two seconds from the time to 60 mph. Minor tweaks to the steering and suspension help channel the extra power provided by the turbocharged engine, but the Verano T is most notable for the lack of noisy features often paired with powerful 2013 Buick Verano Turboturbocharged vehicles. This is turbo with subtlety—overly aggressive air intakes and super sport tires simply don’t belong here. This is a car with identity, a truly powerful compact sedan that would rather show than tell.

You don’t have to be on a diet to eat healthy. Or exercise every day to stay in shape. And you certainly don’t have to drive a sports car to drive sporty.

One part luxury, one part sport, one hundred percent Verano T.

Introducing the 2013 Buick Verano

December 3rd, 2012 in News

2013 Buick Verano

Big luxury. Small Package. Introducing the 2013 Buick Verano.

Just because a car gets great mileage shouldn’t mean it has to be stripped of amenities that make driving a pleasure. In the 2013 Buick Verano, there are simply no compromises when it comes to the little things that make you truly love driving your vehicle. These are the little things Buick has perfected over generations of automobiles. Things like QuietTuning technology, which is so effective you’ll hear yourself wondering where the road noise went.

The signature black chrome waterfall grille announces the 2013 Verano’s entry anywhere. It’s that unmistakable smile that only comes with confidence. No surprise, really— a car as good looking as this one has plenty of reasons to be confident. Chrome, calligraphy-like accents bring out the elegant body lines, and chrome tipped dual exhaust outlets leave a lasting impression. On 18” forged alloy wheels, the Verano is quite simply the tallest, most handsome car in its class.

Think fine jewelry. When you see an exquisite box, you know what’s inside is bound to be something really special. From the moment you open the door, telltale Buick luxury simply sets the 2013 Verano apart from its competition. Premium materials showcase the craftsmanship put into each and every vehicle we make. Front and center is the IntelliLink control panel, the modern extension of the classic instrument panel. Whether you’re using voice activated Bluetooth connectivity or Pandora internet radio, the IntelliLink system makes the Verano’s array of technologies easily accessible. Include the available 9-speaker Bose Premium audio system, put in your favorite album, and sit back—this is one ride we know you’ll enjoy.

In addition to great looks, 2013 brings speed in the form on the all-new Verano Turbo. With a 250-hp four-cylinder turbocharged engine, going 0-60 mph in 6.2 seconds simply doesn’t get any better than this. Of course, speed is useless without proper handling, so Stabilitrak and Full-function Traction Control keep you connected to the road. Combined with the lighter weight being a compact car brings to the table, the Verano is, quite simply, luxury driving made fun.

For $199 a month on our current two-year lease offer, enjoying the comforts Buick has to offer has become easier than ever. That includes two years of maintenance, OnStar, SiriusXM, and 24,000 miles of driving in luxury Buick bliss. Just $2,119 due at signing. Take advantage of this amazing offer before you’re left behind, staring at someone else’s chrome-tipped exhaust pipes.

Behind the Scenes of Peyton Manning’s Buick Commercial

August 17th, 2012 in News

Peyton Manning Behind the Scenes with Buick Verano

Quarterback Peyton Manning will bring the play-calling skills that have made him a star on the football field to the driver’s seat of the all-new 2012 Buick Verano luxury sedan in a new TV spot that debuts Wednesday during this year’s ESPY Awards. The award show will be televised live at 9 p.m. Eastern on ESPN.

In the spot, Manning uses the vehicle’s OnStar Turn-by-Turn navigation to “call an audible” and also employs the IntelliLink features that give Verano a competitive advantage over its segment opponents. With IntelliLink, drivers can control navigation, phone and entertainment functions through intuitive voice commands.

“It’s definitely easier to call audibles in the Verano as opposed to the line of scrimmage,” Manning said. “After I call audibles in the Verano, I don’t get hit in the back.”

With this 30-second advertising spot, Manning joins supermodel Marisa Miller, actor Ving Rhames, and professional basketball player Shaquille O’Neal in an ongoing series of commercials using each celebrity’s lifestyle to highlight Buick’s newest consumer-friendly luxury features.

Buick Verano Increases Appeal

July 19th, 2012 in News

Buick Verano

Buick introduced the Verano in 2011 to bring luxury, technology, sophistication, craftsmanship and responsive performance to the growing market for premium compact sedans. For the 2013 model year, Verano expands its appeal by offering luxury buyers a powerful, efficient 2.0L turbo four-cylinder engine option. Verano also adds advanced safety features expected in a luxury car, such as a standard rearview camera and available crash-avoidance technologies.

Verano seats up to five and is available in four models for 2013 – the generously equipped base Verano (1SD) and uplevel Convenience (1SG), Leather (1SL) and Verano Turbo (Premium 1ST group). Starting with the Convenience group, Side Blind Zone Alert and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert crash-avoidance technologies are standard on all uplevel models.

Verano Turbo will be available in the fourth quarter of 2012, and includes an Ecotec 2.0L turbocharged four-cylinder engine with standard six-speed automatic, dual exhaust, sport pedals and rear spoiler. A six-speed manual transmission is available.

At an estimated 250 horsepower (187 kW) and 260 lb.-ft. (353 Nm) of torque, the Ecotec 2.0L turbo increases the performance of an already capable, responsive luxury sedan. Effortless power from one of Ward’s 10Best Engines also makes Verano Turbo deceptively quick, with acceleration from 0-60 mph in an estimated 6.2 seconds.

Verano’s standard Ecotec 2.4L direct-injected four-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic powertrain combination also delivers refined, responsive performance. It is rated at 180 horsepower (134 kW) and accelerates from 0-60 mph in 8.6 seconds, yet still achieves an EPA-estimated 21 mpg city and 32 mpg on the highway.

Like its larger LaCrosse and Regal sedan siblings, Verano is distinguished by thoughtful design, meticulous attention to detail, sculpted Buick brand cues; advanced interior acoustics including Buick’s trademark QuietTuning; and soft-touch interior surfaces with world-class fit and finish.

Verano also provides a premium level of standard equipment for the segment – such as an available heated steering wheel – not found on the Lexus IS 250, Acura ILX or Infiniti G-Series sedan. Verano also has more passenger room than the Acura ILX and Lexus IS 250.

Buick’s easy-to-use IntelliLink radio, which debuted last year on the Verano, is now also available in combination with GPS-enabled navigation for 2013. Buick IntelliLink uses Bluetooth or USB to connect the driver’s smart phone – via voice activation and steering wheel-mounted controls – to a seven-inch, high-resolution, full-color touch screen display radio.

IntelliLink also enables streaming stereo audio from the phone through services like PANDORA® Internet radio and Stitcher SmartRadio®.

Available XM Travel Link (SiriusXM Satellite Radio subscription required) includes refueling locations with pricing information, weather and movie theater locations.

Buick IntelliLink enables seamless integration of stowed portable devices with each vehicle’s infotainment system, allowing drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

Other technologies complementing IntelliLink are an available nine-speaker Bose Premium Audio system with custom equalization and subwoofers; and OnStar-powered smartphone apps that help owners remotely control key OnStar functions.

Buick Verano

Verano exterior

Verano sports the Buick design cues introduced on the Enclave and carried through on the LaCrosse and Regal. An arching roofline connects a steeply raked windshield and fast-sloping rear pillars to give the car a sporty and elegant profile.

Strokes of chrome accent Verano, along with signature features such as a black chrome waterfall grille and portholes. Blue translucent rings around the projector beam headlamp and chrome exhaust tip (dual exhaust on 1ST) add to the sophistication and attention to detail.

Verano rides on standard 18-inch forged alloy, machine face, silver-finish wheels. A premium 18-inch forged alloy, split-spoke wheel in Manoogian Silver finish is available on the leather and 1ST models.

Exterior colors include Crystal Red Tintcoat, White Diamond Tricoat and Carbon Black Metallic (all for an additional charge), along with Summit White, Quicksilver Metallic, Mocha Bronze Metallic, Cyber Gray Metallic and Luxo Blue Metallic.

Verano interior

Verano’s interior is marked by exceptional seat comfort and support, as well as premium, soft-touch materials. Metallic and wood trims and warm ambient lighting make the cabin an inviting environment.

Neutral and medium titanium colors are offered on interiors with leatherette/fabric seating surfaces, while Ebony, Cashmere and a unique Choccachino color are offered on the available leather-trimmed interiors.

Additional interior standard and available features include:

  • Push-button engine start
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control is standard
  • Heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Six-way power driver’s seat
  • Heated, leather-appointed seating
  • Electronic parking brake
  • Console armrest that slides and locks
  • Power windows with driver’s express up/down and express down in the rear (1SL and 1ST models are equipped with a front passenger express-up feature)
  • Steering wheel radio controls
  • Heated outside rearview mirrors and self-dimming inside rearview mirrors
  • Uplevel front and rear reading lamps.

Buick’s exclusive QuietTuning is designed to block or absorb sound and dampen or eliminate vibrations. It is included in every facet of the Verano’s architecture to make it the quietest compact sedan on the road and quieter than many midsize and full-size cars.

Verano’s quiet cabin is supported with numerous features including acoustical laminated glass, triple door seals and refined chassis dynamics. Even its 18-inch standard wheels are specially manufactured to minimize road noise.

Buick Verano

Audio system with IntelliLink adds available navigation

Buick’s IntelliLink system is standard on all Verano models, including vehicles equipped with the available GPS-enabled navigation.

IntelliLink is intuitive and integrates online services such as Pandora® internet radio and Stitcher SmartRadio™ using hands-free voice and touch-screen controls via Bluetooth-enabled smartphones. Additional features:

  • Seven-inch, LED high-resolution color display with touch-screen control
  • Bluetooth with hands-free (for phone calls) and audio-streaming protocol support
  • Address book download
  • USB port
  • Auxiliary audio input port
  • Redundant steering wheel controls
  • Enhanced voice recognition
  • AM/FM/Audio CD/MP3 Player
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio and data services (with three months of service)
  • Supports playback of MP3 files stored on flash memory drives.

The IntelliLink screen also serves as the display for the standard rearview camera system. A premium nine-speaker Bose audio system with custom equalization and subwoofers is available and is optimized for Verano’s refined interior acoustics.

Verano powertrains

Verano is equipped with a choice of two four-cylinder engines: the standard Ecotec 2.4L and an available Ecotec 2.0L turbo.

The available Ecotec 2.0L turbo, new to the Verano for 2013, makes an estimated 250 horsepower (187 kW) and 260 lb.-ft. of torque (353 Nm). It provides on-demand power comparable to a V-6, but with the efficiency of a four-cylinder, and is tuned to deliver unique performance, efficiency and quietness. Its development applied the best practices of technical centers in Europe and North America.

Named one of Ward’s 10Best Engines in the 2012 Buick Regal GS, it has been subjected to one of the toughest, most comprehensive validation processes ever at GM, including millions of miles of real-world road testing in a broad range of climates and environments.

Verano’s standard Ecotec 2.4L with direct-injection, dual-overhead camshafts and variable valve timing provides responsive performance. Rated at 180 horsepower (134 kW) and 171 lb.-ft. of torque (232 Nm), it provides EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 32 mpg. The engine is also E85-capable.

The Ecotec 2.4L is designed with features that reduce noise and improve its durability. Each piston has its own directed jet that sprays oil toward its skirt, coating its underside and the cylinder wall with an additional layer of lubricant. The extra lubrication cools the pistons, reducing friction and operational noise.

Fuel-saving, six-speed automatic transmissions with Driver Shift Control are standard with both engines.

The F40 six-speed manual transmission is available on the turbo-equipped Verano, and features higher torque capacity with smooth-running performance.

Verano chassis and suspension

Verano’s refined, responsive suspension system includes decoupled MacPherson struts in the front that provide greater separation of extreme road conditions – large potholes, for example – from everyday driving conditions.

A technically advanced Watts Z-link design helps center the rear axle during cornering, which helps keep the Verano’s handling responses symmetrical on both left-hand and right-hand turns. The linkage’s capability to center the axle during cornering delivers a more-balanced driving experience because the rear suspension better follows the lead of the front suspension.

The Z-link design is also lighter and requires less space than a typical fully independent rear suspension. The lower weight contributes to Verano’s fuel economy, while the compact design enables more trunk space.

Steering inputs are executed by a fuel-saving electric power steering system, featuring a dual-pinion rack.

Stopping power is handled by standard four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with Panic Brake Assist, as well as StabiliTrak electronic stability control with traction control.

Panic Brake Assist develops additional brake pressure when an emergency braking situation is detected.

Verano also is equipped with GM’s enhanced smart pedal brake override technology, which helps prevent unintended acceleration by reducing engine power when the brake and accelerator are depressed at the same time.

Verano safety and crash-avoidance features

The Verano is equipped with numerous technologies that help drivers avoid crashes, and help protect occupants in the event a crash occurs. For 2013, Verano’s standard rearview camera helps drivers see people or objects behind the vehicle.

Verano’s strong, unitized body structure incorporates 60-percent high-strength steel in key areas to enhance strength and crash protection by helping to prevent intrusion into the passenger compartment.

Also new to Verano, Side Blind Zone Alert and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert technologies help drivers avoid collisions by using radar to watch spots the driver may not be able to see – and provide visible and audible warnings. These technologies are standard on uplevel Verano models.

Verano’s other primary safety, crash-avoidance and post-crash features include:

  • Ten standard air bags, including frontal, head curtain side air bags, front and outboard rear-seat side-impact air bags and knee air bags
  • Pretensioners minimize forward movement during a collision, and are standard on the front safety belts. Load-limiting retractors cinch the belt more tightly
  • StabiliTrak electronic stability control system helps reduce the risk of rollover crashes by keeping the vehicle in the driver’s intended path by applying throttle, braking or a combination of both
  • Collapsible pedal system, which allows the pedals to detach during a crash to reduce the risk of leg or ankle injuries
  • Four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with Panic Brake Assist
  • GM’s enhanced smart pedal brake override feature reduces engine power when the brake and accelerator are depressed at the same time, to help reduce unintended acceleration
  • Available rear park assist
  • OnStar with Automatic Crash Response

OnStar details

Six months of OnStar Directions and Connections service is standard on Verano. OnStar is the global leading provider of connected safety, security and mobility solutions and advanced information technology.

OnStar’s RemoteLink Mobile App allows smartphone users to control vehicle functions, access vehicle information and send directions directly to the vehicle. A new, opt-in service called FamilyLink allows subscribers to stay connected to loved ones by checking the location of their vehicle online or by signing up for vehicle location alerts.

Verano will also come with new OnStar button icons. Drivers will notice an updated look for the Hands-Free Calling button, blue OnStar button and red Emergency button.

2012 Buick Verano

February 28th, 2012 in News

Buick Verano delivers key luxury features and characteristics found in the Buick LaCrosse, in an efficiently packaged, right-sized vehicle for the compact luxury market. It is the brand’s third all-new model in the past two years and the first in the compact luxury segment.

Verano is the latest model in a Buick product renaissance that began with the Enclave and continued with the LaCrosse and Regal. Like them, Verano is distinguished by luxury and technology, including 10 standard air bags, an available heated steering wheel and a Buick IntelliLink radio system with Bose Premium Audio and OnStar-powered connectivity that enables seamless communication between the Verano and the driver’s smartphone.

The all-new Buick IntelliLink system uses Bluetooth or USB to connect the driver’s smartphone to a seven-inch, LED high-resolution, full-color touch screen display radio. IntelliLink expands on Buick’s current Bluetooth and USB capabilities to allow smartphone control via voice activation and steering wheel-mounted controls. It also enables streaming stereo audio from the phone through services like PANDORA®Internet radio and Stitcher SmartRadio®.

Most importantly, Buick IntelliLink enables seamless integration of stowed portable devices with each vehicle’s infotainment system, allowing drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

Verano is designed to be the quietest compact sedan on the road, while delivering a responsive driving experience. An Ecotec 2.4L direct injected with six-speed automatic powertrain combination is standard and delivers 180 horsepower (134 kW), enabling 0-60 mph performance of 8.6 seconds and an EPA-estimated 32 mpg on the highway. A 2.0L turbo engine will be offered in the future.

Verano design

Verano carries the modern Buick design cues introduced on the Enclave and carried through on the LaCrosse and Regal. Elements include:

  • An arching roofline connects a steeply raked windshield and fast-sloping rear pillars to give the car a beautiful and elegant appearance.
  • Calligraphy-like strokes of chrome accent the Buick Verano, including signature features such as the black chrome waterfall grille and portholes.
  • Blue translucent projector beam headlamps.
  • Standard 18-inch multi-spoke, forged alloy, polished machine face, sterling silver-finish wheels in the United States, with a premium 18-inch split spoke wheel design available on the 1SL model. Eighteen-inch wheels are available in Canada.
  • Premium exterior colors include: Crystal Red Tintcoat, White Diamond Tricoat, Black Onyx, Summit White, Quicksilver Metallic and Mocha Bronze Metallic (later availability).

Verano interior

Verano’s interior is marked by exceptional seat comfort and support, design and craftsmanship, as well as premium soft-touch materials, including ice blue ambient lighting inspired by the LaCrosse. Rich leathers, warm woods, metallic accents and soft ambient lighting make the cabin an inviting environment.

  • Neutral and medium titanium colors are offered on interiors with leatherette/fabric seating surfaces.
  • Ebony, Cashmere and Choccachino are offered on the available leather-trimmed interiors.
  • The instrument panel blends with an integrated center stack that houses the infotainment display, climate controls and radio controls.
  • Flush-mounted components within the center stack have a gap tolerance of less than 1 mm, while the instrument panel-to-door panel gaps are less than 5 mm.
  • Verano’s headliner cover is made of a knit material that is one of five layers of an acoustically designed headliner to help quiet the passenger compartment. Recycled cardboard is one ingredient.
  • The interior pillar and other moldings are color- and grain-matched to the headliner.
  • The A-pillars are fabric-wrapped.
  • Push-button engine start is available (standard on uplevel leather-equipped model).
  • Automatic climate control is standard.
  • Available heated steering wheel and heated leather-appointed seating.
  • Electronic parking brake.
  • Console armrest that slides to suit the driver’s seating position and locks.
  • Power windows with express up/down on the front driver and express down on the front and rear passengers. (Leather model adds front passenger, express up.)
  • Steering wheel radio controls are standard.
  • Uplevel front and rear reading lamps are standard.
  • Remote starter system is standard.

Verano’s heating and cooling, rear defogger and heated outside mirrors and seats on the leather model are linked with the remote start feature. In temperatures below 45 F (7 C), the seat heaters automatically activate, along with rear defogger on all models and heated outside mirrors.

Verano Quiet Tuning features

Quiet-tuning systems, processes and components are built into every facet of the Verano’s architecture. All are designed to block or absorb sound and dampen or eliminate vibrations.

  • The steel front-of-dash panel is sandwiched between two damping mats.
  • Nylon baffles are used in various hollow portions of the body structure and filled with sound-absorbing foam that expands when the body enters the paint oven.
  • The headliner comprises five layers of thermal fiber acoustic material, including a premium woven fabric on the visible outer layer.
  • Liquid applied sound deadener is robotically applied throughout the body structure to both deaden and dampen unwanted noises and vibrations.
  • Sound insulation material between rear-body structural components is made from recycled denim.
  • Triple-sealed doors that feature fiberglass “blankets” serve as water, airflow and noise barriers. The doors are also beta-braced, meaning they close with a solid, precise sound and no resonance.
  • Optimized windshield and side glass for quietness, with 5.4-mm-thick acoustic laminated windshield and 4.85-mm acoustic laminated side glass.
  • The engine’s intake and exhaust systems are tuned for quiet performance
  • Isolated brake and fuel lines prevent vibrations.

Verano powertrain

  • Ecotec 2.4L four-cylinder, with dual-overhead camshafts, variable valve timing and E85 capability is standard and is rated at 180 horsepower (134 kW) and 171 lb.-ft. of torque (232 Nm).
  • Each piston has its own directed jet that sprays oil toward its skirt, coating its underside and the cylinder wall with an additional layer of lubricant. The extra lubrication cools the pistons, reducing friction and operational noise, while also bolstering the engine’s durability.
  • Direct injection technology helps the engine produce more power with less fuel and lower emissions – including up to 25-percent reduced hydrocarbon emissions when compared with a multi-point fuel injection engine.
  • E85 is a clean-burning, domestically produced alternative fuel, composed of 85 percent ethanol alcohol and 15 percent gasoline. Ethanol is renewable, biodegradable and produces fewer greenhouse gases in the combustion process.
  • Standard six-speed automatic transmission helps the Verano deliver an EPA-estimated 32 mpg on the highway.
  • Electric power steering eliminates the conventional hydraulic engine-driven steering system, which helps save fuel and improves reliability.

Verano chassis and suspension

  • The front suspension uses decoupled MacPherson struts for better isolation, providing greater separation of extreme road conditions – large potholes, for example – from everyday driving conditions.
  • The rear suspension features a Watts Z-link design that helps center the rear axle during cornering, which helps keep the Verano’s handling responses symmetrical on both left-hand and right-hand turns.
  • The Z-link design is lighter and requires less space than a typical fully independent rear suspension, enhancing fuel economy and enabling more trunk space.
  • Steering inputs are handled by an electric power steering system, featuring a dual-pinion rack. Electric powering steering helps save fuel because it removes the conventional power steering pump from the engine’s driven accessories.
  • The steering system has a ratio of 15.5:1 and requires only slightly more than two turns, lock to lock.
  • Stopping power is handled by a four-wheel disc brake system with standard anti-lock and electronic brake force distribution, as well as StabiliTrak electronic stability control with traction control.

Verano safety and crash avoidance features

The Verano is designed to help drivers avoid crashes, while protecting the occupants in the event a crash occurs.

  • Ten standard air bags, including frontal, head curtain side air bags, front and outboard rear-seat side-impact air bags and new knee air bags. The head-curtain side air bags deploy in a rollover crash
  • Collapsible pedal system, which allows the pedals to detach during a crash to reduce the risk of leg or ankle injuries.
  • StabiliTrak electronic stability control system helps reduce the risk of rollover crashes by keeping the vehicle in the driver’s intended path by applying throttle, braking or a combination of both.
  • Power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes are standard.
  • Four-channel anti-lock braking is standard and incorporates electronic brake force distribution, which balances braking performance based on such factors as road conditions and the weight of passengers and/or cargo.
  • Pretensioners minimize forward movement during a collision, and are standard on the front safety belts. Load-limiting retractors cinch the belt more tightly.
  • LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) child seat attachment system, which is included in all second-row seating positions.
  • Tire pressure monitoring system is standard on all models.
  • Strong body structure to absorb crash energy and provide a protective “safety cage” around occupants. More than 60 percent of the body structure is composed of advanced steels.
  • Front and rear passenger headrests: The front headrests are adjustable, the two outboard rear-seat headrests are adjustable and the center-rear headrest is integrated in the seat.

OnStar details

OnStar is standard on all Verano models. It uses GPS and cellular phone technology to automatically call for help in the event of crash. OnStar subscribers also can use the service to be Good Samaritans by sending help to other motorists, and to call for help in other non-crash emergencies.

  • OnStar is the leading provider of in-vehicle safety, security and information services in the United States and Canada.
  • Six months of complimentary OnStar Directions and Connections service with Turn-by-Turn Navigation for easier route guidance on all Verano models. The feature is easy to use because all directions are sent to the car by an advisor, without the need to stop. Turn-by-Turn can be cost-effective, since map updates and aftermarket navigation systems are not needed.
  • The Advanced Crash Response System uses vehicle sensors, GPS and digital cellular phone technology to summon emergency responders to a crash scene even when the vehicle’s occupants are unable to do so.
  • Stolen Vehicle Location capability helps law enforcement officials find subscribers’ vehicle in the event they are stolen.
  • Stolen Vehicle Slowdown technology allows an OnStar advisor to remotely cut off power to the vehicle in the event of a police chase.
  • OnStar 9.0 technology offers improved voice recognition capabilities for regional phrases and dialects.

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