2007 Buick Lucerne CXL V8 4dr Sedan (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
Car was a dealer demo. I was sold based on a test drive. It was and remains very quiet and luxurious feeling in that aspect. However, the driver's seat left side molding cracked and broke of its own accord, with a quarter-sized piece popping off and landing in the driver's foot well. Now, two weeks later, it seems like the entire driver's door interior panel is trying to separate from the metal, with a give of at least an inch when closing the door. Two months ago, the OnStar stopped working on its own and took 3 tries to fix. Handling feels weird at 45 mph like Cruise is taking over on its own. Very disappointing all around and I wish I could have my Chrysler 300 back.
Car is very quiet. Trunk space is good. Handles acceptably. OnStar is great when it works.
All GM cars seem to use this cheap plastic that is not as rich as Chrysler's. Borrow a page from them, GM.
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