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Buick Verano Sales Figures

The Buick Verano

Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian, U.S and Chinese market sales figures for the Buick Verano. The Buick Verano was a compact car produced by Buick, a division of General Motors (GM). It was introduced in 2010 and was discontinued in 2017. The Verano was based on the same platform as the Chevrolet Cruze.

Buick Verano Overview

The Buick Verano is a compact luxury sedan produced by Buick, a division of General Motors. It was first introduced for the 2012 model year and has been positioned as a more affordable entry into Buick’s lineup of luxury vehicles. The Verano was designed to offer a combination of upscale features, comfort, and fuel efficiency. The Verano has a stylish and modern design, featuring Buick’s signature waterfall grille and elegant lines. It has a compact and well-proportioned body, making it an ideal choice for urban driving and city commuting. The Verano was available with a choice of two engines: a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine or a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Both engines were paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Verano was a good choice for those looking for a comfortable and stylish compact car. It was also well-equipped, with standard features like a sunroof, leather seats, and a Bose sound system.

Buick Verano Sales Data & Trends

Buick Verano U.S Sales Data & Charts

U.S Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2011 261
2012 42,730
2013 45,527
2014 43,743
2015 31,886
2016 30,277
2017 4,277
2018 79

U.S Annual Growth

Buick Verano Canada Sales Data & Charts

Canada Annual Sales

Year Sales Units
2012 5,084
2013 5,573
2014 7,161
2015 6,360
2016 7,244
2017 1,545
2018 2

Canada Annual Growth

Buick Verano China Sales Data & Charts

These statistics include sales figures of the Buick Verano sedan in China, as well as those of the Buick Verano hatchback, which is a European Opel Astra K (2015) hatchback with a Buick grille (pictured below). The Chinese Buick Wei Lang (Verano) sedan is slightly larger than the US Verano, which will not be renewed after the first generation comes to the end of its life cycle. That first generation Verano was sold in China as the Buick Excelle GT, but it was replaced in 2015 by a new model which has shrunk a littl  to make room for the Wei Lang above it in the line-up. The previous generation Opel Astra J (2009-2015) was also sold in China as a Buick: the Buick Excelle XT.

China Annual Sales

China Annual Growth