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Last Updated: January 3, 2019

High Demand: The Buick Encore was the third-best-selling subcompact SUV behind the Jeep Renegade and the Subaru Crosstrek in 2018. The Encore is also the most popular model in Buick showrooms, outselling its stablemates by 50 percent or more. Encore sales are up 5.5 percent year-over-year.

High Prices: The Encore has one of the highest base prices within the class at $23,200, though that’s only about $1,560 above the class average. Only the Mini Countryman ($30,900), Fiat 500X ($23,890), and the Kia Niro ($23,340) are more expensive. You’ll get higher-quality cabin materials with the base Encore than you will with most competitors, however, including the Encore's mechanical twin, the Chevy Trax ($21,300).

Time to Buy: Due to strong demand, you likely won’t find a discount price on a new Encore. To pay less, consider a 2018 model or check out the brand-new Hyundai Kona. Its $19,500 base price is the lowest in the class. This month's Buick deals and Hyundai deals may help you find additional savings.

2019 Buick Encore Prices

MSRP: $23,200

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