GM working on the 2015 Buick Anthem crossover

Article by Christian Andrei, on June 27, 2013

According to the latest reports from GMInsideNews, it appears that Buick is preparing a new crossover dubbed Anthem. The car had already been caught by spy photographers and it appears that that it will be build off using GM’s global compact architecture known as “Delta”. As a result, the Anthem will be positioned between the Encore and the larger Enclave.

GMI says that says that the vehicle will be sold in both North America and China wearing a Buick badge and the production will likely begin in mid-2014 as a 2015 model. Still, the new crossover will use different engines on both continents, such as a 2.5-liter and 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinders engines. Wall Street Journal says that Buick is preparing a new crossover due to the fact that its crossover sales are up nearly 14-percent so far this year and larger surges in sales are already predicted by analysts.

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