The Lucerne CXS is a very quiet, comfortable sedan with decent handling. The ride is soft, smooth, but, predictable. We (and other riders) are impressed with GM's OnStar performance as well. Seats are comfortable and infinitely adjustable for tall or short drivers. The NorthStar V8 under the hood is a GEM, delivering quiet,smooth solid power. You get a Cadillac in sheep's clothing with the CXS. Road trips are a pleasure!
Power passenger seat is equally adjustable as the driver. Ipod input on the radio. Quiet! Cushy w/o being a boat. Confident and powerful on the highway. Roomy back seat. Low trunk lid. Nice exterior design. Remote start. Lighted turn signals on side mirrors.
Dash guages with their blue background are hard to read in daytime. No excuse for that! Getting in or out of the lucerne is harder than other sedans. Steering wheel is large and doesn't telescope. Drivers have to adjust the seat forward to get a comfy grip. Why have it tilt but, not telescope?
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