The ’12 Buick Verano doesn't go on sale until late December, but some changes to the upcoming compact-luxury sedan already are in the works, says Chris DePolo, lead development engineer for the brand. DePolo says during a showing of the car for media in Chicago that the No.1 fix for the Verano is offering push-button start. Buick will re-label the small rectangular start/stop button in the top left-hand corner of the instrument cluster because it closely resembles a radio-control ...

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