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The Buick Rendezvous comes in two versions: base CX and the more premium CXL. Included with the CX are 17-inch wheels, keyless entry, performance windows and mirrors, climate control, automatic headlights, a CD player, back parking assist and a leather-wrapped helm.
The 2012 Buick Verano should appeal to luxury vehicle consumers who prefer smaller cars and don't require superfluous features or acres of room. Buick Verano Sedan offers the following pros: Sharp look; quiet, well-appointed cabin; appealing price tag. Buick Verano Sedan drawbacks are: Uses same underwhelming motor as in the base Regal.
The Buick Rainier comes as a five passenger, 4-door SUV in one CXL trim level. Traditional features include 17-inch alloy wheels, leather upholstery, simulated wood accents, performance front seatings, memory positions for the seatings and mirrors, dual-zone automatic conditioning, a CD player and Onstar telematics.
After a somewhat disappointing debut last year, the 2012 Buick Regal deserves some much-needed enhancments. But unless you spring for the GS version, it's still quite a ways off from its lofty sport sedan positioning. Buick Regal GS offers the following pros: Sporty handling; high fuel efficiency from Eassist model; upscale cabin; lots of traditional features.
Quiet, spacious cabin; available six-passenger seating; big trunk; intuitive controls. Buick Lucerne Sedan offers the following pros: Sloppy handling with traditional suspension; weak V6 engine; subpar brakes; dated four-speed automatic transmission.
When shopping for an extra-large, luxury-laden sedan of domestic heritage, it's hard to go wrong with the shapely Buick Park Avenue. Buick Park Avenue Sedan offers the following pros: Roomy and convenient dashboard, strong V6 motor, solid security scores, good value. Buick Park Avenue Sedan drawbacks are: Floaty ride without Gran Touring suite, dated dashboard layout.
A crowd-pleasing big sedan that provides room, security and surprisingly good mileage in a high-value and economical suite. Buick Lesabre Sedan offers the following pros: Space for six, impressive mileage from V6, smooth ride, tremendous cargo, solid crash test scores. Buick Lesabre Sedan drawbacks are: Dated dashboard look-and-feel, can be slow when fully loaded, no split-folding back bench.
With the 2012 Buick Lacrosse, Buick has a fully competitive luxury sedan that doesn't nip at the heels of the large dogs, but instead can now run with the pack.
The Buick Terraza minivan comes in three versions -- CX, CX Plus and CXL. Traditional on the CX are performance windows, climate control, an eight-speaker audio system with a CD/MP3 player, a rear-seat DVD entertainment system, the Onstar communications system, cruise control, keyless entry and a trip computer.
The all-new 2011 Buick GL8 from Shanghai GM is now available. The luxury MPV builds on the heritage of the original Buick GL8, China's first family of executive wagons. Since the model's debut in 1999, more than 330000, have been sold across China.
The three-row 2012 Buick Enclave crossover SUV is an impressive choice for families who want minivan functionality along with classy look-and-feel and a premium dashboard. Buick Enclave SUV offers the following pros: Sleek layout inside and out; smooth and quiet ride; all three rows are spacious; ample trunk space; top crash-test scores.
Although spacious and convenient, the aging Buick Century can't match the competition when it comes to refinement, features and resale value. Buick Century Sedan offers the following pros: Spacious dashboard, simple to decipher controls, low base price tag. Buick Century Sedan drawbacks are: Mushy seatings, motor lacks performance and refinement, lacks the features of its more modern rivals.