A head count of models currently available on our market brings a rough count of 275 or so. With that many around, some are bound to fly under the radar, as the saying goes. Clearly, the Enclave belongs in that category - as evidenced by someone close to me who, upon learning that I had it for a test drive recently, said: "Oh yeah? They (GM) still make it?”
And yes, the Enclave is still in the Buick catalogue. Since 2008, in fact. In the past thirteen years there have been improvements here and there, including a new generation in 2017, but the formula is still largely the same. When a product remains virtually unchanged for 10 years (and counting), it comes across as a bit of a dinosaur in its category.
A nice dinosaur, we should add. But let's remember what fate had in store for dinosaurs.
The more immediate question is this, however: Who is a Buick Enclave for? Young families? The brand's fans? Older people?