The 2012 Buick Verano is now at our Buick dealer in Jacksonville, Nimnicht Buick GMC. This vehicle uses a new twist on an old technology, the Z-link design, in order to give drivers the performance capabilities that they desire.
This outstanding design is based on Watt’s linkage, which is a technology that was created in 1784 by inventor and mechanical engineer James Watt in order to drive a steam engine piston in a straight up and down motion. The Z-link design will be found in the rear suspension in every 2012 Buick Verano coming to Jacksonville.
“By using a Z-link on Verano, we were able to achieve the crisp chassis dynamics, a smooth ride, and hushed road noise that Buick customers have come to expect,” said Matt Purdy, Verano vehicle performance manager. “Z-link and other chassis refinements implemented on Verano are expected to deliver unmatched ride quality in the luxury compact car segment.”
With the Z-link design, the 2012 Buick Verano will give drivers an extremely comfortable ride while driving on a straight road since it allows for the suspension to travel up and down freely. Every new Verano that has arrived at our Buick dealer in Jacksonville is able to keep to front and rear suspension systems aligned because of the exceptional lateral stiffness that the auto exhibits.
Road input management is improved because of the MacPherson struts that are incorporated in the front suspension. Not only do the high-strength and lightweight aluminum components contribute to the improved handling of the 2012 Buick Verano, but they also enable customers coming to our Buick dealer in Jacksonville to get a tremendous EPA-estimated fuel economy of 31 mpg while on the highway and 21 mpg while in the city.