Here is review 2012 Buick Verano luxury sedan car. Here we’ll share new Buick Verano for 2012. The Verano car is famous for its luxurious and elegant interior design. Sedan with excellent performance. The Verano is blessed with creature comforts the Cruze lacks, such as softer interior trim, simu-wood paneling, dual-zone automatic climate control, and push-button starting and parking-brake actuation. Small quarter-windows brighten the interior by day, and blue cockpit lighting uplifts the mood at night. Options include heated leather seats with contrast-color stitching and Buick’s IntelliLink system, which connects a smartphone via Bluetooth or a USB cable to the standard seven-inch LED screen. Communication and entertainment functions can be controlled by touch, voice, or steering-wheel–button commands. The Verano passes the exterior test with few markdowns (say what you will about Ventiports… at least Buick can lay claim to popularizing them), but the most impressive aesthetic bits are reserved for its well-executed cabin. Our tester featured beautiful two-tone brown accents that really stood out even compared with pricier Buick models. The dash was especially pleasing to the touch, with terrific contrast and nicely finished materials. Another strong point comes courtesy of the expensive-looking and comfortable Choccachino leather seating surfaces that appeared to be more of a delicious caramel color than anything derived from the cocoa bean. The Verano is clearly not a Cadillac, but it’s not priced as one either. For just $23,470, the base 2012 Buick Verano comes equipped with an impressive roster of features, including dual-zone automatic climate control, steering-wheel controls, Bluetooth, a USB input, and the Buick Intellilink touch-screen interface, which includes voice controls as well as Pandora and Stitcher apps. A Convenience Group adds heated side mirrors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and rear parking assist, while a Leather Group adds to that heated seats, a driver power seat, Bose surround sound audio, push-button keyless start, and premium leather upholstery. A heated steering wheel and nav system are among the few options, with a fully loaded Verano priced well under $30k.