About Buick Lucerne
Buick replaced the extremely popular LeSabre with the new Lucerne to continue its rebranding and further boost sales. The Buick Lucerne is a full-size car manufactured by General Motors, which made its debut in 2006. Named after an elegant town in Switzerland, it once served as Buick's top-notch sedan. The Lucerne is assembled at the GM Detroit-Hamtramck Plant, which has won the Initial Quality awards from J.D. Power and Associates for three consecutive years from 2004 to 2006.
Above all, the Buick Lucerne demonstrates satisfactory performance and strength. Based on a revised G platform, the Lucerne was powered by the standard 3.8 L Buick V6 engine (also known as the GM 3800 engine) with 227 hp and 237 pounds-feet of torque. And the Lucerne Super adds a more powerful version of the V8 engine. Both engine parts use a four-speed automatic transmission. Supermodels get a recalibrated suspension that provides better performance. As for the dimensions, the wheelbase is offered at 115.6 in (2,936 mm). It measures 203.2 in (5,161 mm) in length, 73.8 in (1,875 mm) in width and 58.0 in (1,473 mm) in height. The curb weight ranges from 4,440 to 4,689 lb (2,014–2,127 kg).
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When it comes to the trim levels and genuine parts that Lucerne offers, there were initially three: CX, CXL, and CXS. And two new trim levels, CXL Special Edition (with more standard features and accessories than regular CXL) and Super were added for 2008. Its interior features include available eight-way heated front seats, power lumbar, memory setting parts, a heated leather steering wheel, power passenger seats, optional Harman Kardon stereo, and rear park assist.
All Lucerne models are equipped with a CD changer, a sunroof, a lane departure warning system, and a system that warns the driver when other vehicles enter the Buick's blind spots. The high-tech dashboard options and spacious cabin seating add to the vehicle's overall luxurious profile.