2006 Buick Lucerne CXL V8 4dr Sedan (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
After 6 months and a 3000 mile road trip to the midwest, I am still beaming about my Lucerne. Its design, a departure from older Buicks, is forward looking. The chrome portals (four of them) on each side not only designate the car as a Buick but puts a nifty look to the car. The power of the 8 cylinders in the CXL is very satisfying, allowing for safer changes of lanes on the highway and an occasional "gotcha" to all those red sports cars out there. The average MPG on the highway turns out to be about 24, not too bad for so much power and a 4000 pound vehicle. And, it is proof that an American vehicle is better than Asian cars
Chrome Louvres on side of car. Vanguard design vis a vis older Buicks. Power of 8 cylinders
Find someway to minimize the size of all the air bag storage. They get in the way. For the money, this car has quite a bit already.
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