Buick Verano owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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|Buick Verano 2012 – 2013 fuse box diagram [PDF]||298kb||Download|
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|Buick Verano 2013 Release Note [PDF]||181.9kb||Download|
|Buick Verano 2014 – 2015 fuse box diagram [PDF]||299.9kb||Download|
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|Buick Verano 2016 – 2017 fuse box diagram [PDF]||292kb||Download|
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Buick Verano background information
Buick Verano is a four-door five-seater front-wheel drive compact sedan manufactured by General Motors since 2011.
The first generation
Verano officially debuted at the North American International Auto Show on January 10, 2011. This is Buick’s first compact model in the United States since 1997 after Buick Skylark.
The Verano is one of three nearly identical models, along with the Buick Excelle GT designed for the Chinese market and manufactured in China, and the Opel Astra sedan, which was unveiled at the 2012 Moscow International Motor Show. This sedan is developed on the General Motors’ Delta II platform together with Chevrolet Cruze, Opel Astra and corresponding minivans, Chevrolet Orlando and Opel Zafira / Vauxhall Zafira Tourer.
- 2.4 L LEA I4
- 2.0 L LHU I4 turbo
- 1.5 L LFV I4 (China)
- 1.5 L LFV I4 turbo
Second generation (since 2015)
In 2015, the second-generation Verano was introduced, sold only in China and developed on the D2XX platform, as well as the Opel Astra K.
- 1.5 L LFV I4
- 2.0 L LTG I4
Third Generation (Pro, since 2021)
The production car was officially unveiled at the Shanghai Motor Show in April 2021 under the name Buick Verano Pro, and one of the first versions to be released was the GS model. Buick Verano Pro was developed by PATAC with SAIC-GM. It will run on a new 4-cylinder turbocharged 1.5-liter engine.
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