Buick Verano Lights

    About Buick Verano Lighting

    Chrome LED Daytime Running Lights-8 White LEDs by Spyder are beautiful daytime running lights that fit precisely on the Buick Verano. These LED running lights will ensure that your ride is visible from far. Your Verano will experience improved illumination, giving your vehicle a distinctive look. By increasing visibility, the Spyder bright LEDs will make your vehicle more conspicuous. The LEDs are thoroughly tested to ensure operation and completely sealed to prevent moisture from being trapped inside. These Spyder LEDs meet ISO 9000 and 9002 quality standards and is approved by the SAE. They also meet DOT regulations and are compliant with FMVSS 108. Euro Headlights by Option-R are wonderful set of headlights that will spice up your grille. Their combination of different styling and all-out performance will turn heads day and night. Upgrade to this more stylish, better performing light with slimline design and ultimate efficiency. The lights ‘entire assembly is hermetically sealed to prevent moisture from fogging the inside of the lens or corroding the reflector or wiring. These precision fit assemblies attach to your car in the same manner as your OEM headlights, making installation a drop in task that requires only simple hand tools. The Option-R product is legal for street use in all 50 states.

    D-Series LED Lights by Rigid Industries are bound to give your Verano a compact design and extreme performance. The lights offer an immense amount of light and are available in Hybrid and Specter optics. The lights are IP68-certified to ensure full protection against continuous submersion in water. The lights are offered with black and white housing and have an integrated thermal management. This product has an over/under voltage protection. Included with the lights are mounting brackets and all the necessary installation hardware.

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    Buick to Target New Audience With the 2012 Verano
    Buick to Target New Audience With the 2012 Verano

    Foreshadowing the official model’s debut at the Detroit Auto Show, Buick introduced the new Verano, a sedan claimed to be the brand’s first ever model in the compact luxury segment.

    The new Verano will share the platform with the Chevy Cruze, borrowing many of the same suspension parts including the WAtts Z-link rear end. However, the head of GM’s North American division, Mark Reuss, pointed that the Verano won’t be mistaken for the Cruze. Among some distinctive features that will differentiate the Verano will be a “library quiet” cabin, projector headlamps, lots of chrome accents and an up-scaled interior.

    Under the hood, the new sedan is expected to get GM’s 2.4L Ecotec 4-cylinder, producing a significant leap in performance over the Cruze. The engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission will make 177 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of troque reaching 31-mpg on the highway.

    With the 2012 Verano Buick hopes to capture the attention of younger buyers, but this attempt has already been put in doubt in the press. After all, whether Buick’s new offspring is a car someone young would want to drive, will be clear shortly after the sales launch, which is set to the fourth quarter of 2011.