Buick’s three-row luxury crossover, the Enclave, will be priced from $39,270 for the 2013 model year, including a destination charge of $825. GM describes the Enclave as the best-selling three-row luxury crossover in the U.S., and it promises the 2013 version will benefit from added content and improved safety.

Standard features across all trim levels now include a seven-inch Color Touch infotainment display with IntelliLink; HID headlamps with LED daytime running lights; Rear Park Assist with a Rear Vision Camera; remote start; a power liftgate and a suspension revised for added ride comfort.

All 2013 Enclaves also benefit from the industry’s first front center mounted airbag, designed to reduce front row occupant injuries in side impact collisions.

Adding the Leather Group gets buyers leather seating surfaces; heated front seats; an eight-way power-adjustable passenger seat; memory seat settings; blind spot detection and cross-path detection, all for a starting price of $43,285.

Range-topping Premium Group models add 19-inch chrome wheels; active headlamps; a Bose audio system; cooled front seats; a power-adjustable steering column and power folding side mirrors, for a sticker price of $46,450.

 Other major options include all-wheel-drive (which runs $2,000) and navigation (which varies in price from $795 to $1,540). A towing package is also available across the Enclave product line for $525.