This is a sponsored post by Buick Enclave.
Think summer is the only season to load up the car and head off on a family adventure? Think again! Winter can also be a wonderful opportunity to take a road trip and create vacation memories that will last a lifetime -- especially when your ride is the latest in family-friendly luxury and safety, the new 2013 Buick Enclave.
Form Meets Function
The Enclave boasts a stylish exterior, but its good looks aren’t just skin deep. Inside, there are three rows of first class seating for up to eight passengers (no more kid squabbles over space!), a gorgeous and user-friendly high-tech instrument panel, and tri-zone climate controls. The cabin’s QuietTuning technology helps block external noise, which means you’ll be able to have actual family conversations while en route -- unless, of course, the kids are happier watching their favorite movie on the available overhead entertainment system. Another thing you might not hear: Cries of “Are we there yet?!” from the peanut gallery.
Room for All Your Stuff
So you’ve got a seat for everyone. What about your stuff? There’s plenty of room in the Enclave -- even with all three rows of seats up, there’s still more than 20 cubic feet of space in back , enough for a couple of small suitcases and a few other odds and ends, too. And if you’re a family of four, that cargo space triples when you flip the third row of seats down.
It’s the little details that moms will really appreciate: second-row seats that slide forward using just one hand (because when do you ever have both hands free?), a power liftgate, a USB port  for your smartphone, and voice-activated everything.
Last But Not Least: Safety First
With seven airbags  (including a new front center air bag between the two front passengers), a Rearview Camera System to check behind the vehicle, Side Blind Zone Alert  to make lane changes easier, and OnStar Directions and Connections  standard for the first six months, Buick Enclave has you and your precious cargo completely covered.
So pack your bags, grab the kids and load up the Enclave for a family road-trip adventure. After all, shouldn’t getting there be half the fun?
 Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution.
 Full functionality requires compatible Bluetooth and smartphone. Some devices require USB connectivity. Data plan rates apply.
 Always use safety belts and child restraints. Children are safer when properly secured in a rear seat in the appropriate child restraint. See the Owner's Manual for more information.
 Before making a lane change, always check the SBZA display, check the side and inside rear mirrors, look over your shoulder for vehicles and hazards, and start the turn signal.
 Onstar: Visit onstar.com for coverage maps, details, and system limitations. OnStar acts as a link to existing emergency service providers.