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Frequency of repair on 2016 enclaves

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Response from visionatsea

12:14 pm January 7, 2017

We had a 2010 Buick Enclave for 100,000 miles and likely could have continued with little or no issues. Reliability was excellent. Replaced tires, break pads, oil and filters--routine maintenance. Water pump failed under warranty. Break master cylander and booster were replaced out of warranty. That's it!! Traded in on a Lexus RX350 since we needed less cargospace and better MPG.

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Response from ahm1127

9:51 pm January 8, 2017

I just picked up 2010 Enclave, seems like some are great & others not so.
Good luck on your search

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Response from AcuraT

10:49 am January 26, 2017

I used to own a 2010 Buick Enclave. We had one of the good ones as there have been reports of a few lemons. I put about a young 70,000 on the SUV before selling it because I no longer needed a third car and no longer needed to carry so many people. It ran well for six years and I lost a water pump under warranty (bad supplier as the replacement failed as well and they had to replace it twice before I got the car back), but besides that, I just did oil changes and regular Maintenance I and Maintenance II. I would buy again if I needed a SUV and when I replace by 2006 Saab 9-3 which has 151,000 miles (also by GM), will consider a sedan from them.

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