I bought my Buick because I use a wheelchair to get around, and the car I had was unable to hold the lift, and the wheelchair at the proper level.It bottomed out constantly. The Buick has all the room and comfort you expect from a Buick, and at 6'2", I have plenty of leg room. As far as some people complained about fuel mileage, I am getting 18mpg around town, and get 28mpg on the highway and I don't drive like the proverbial Little Old Lady just because I'm handicaped.
The room I have in the drivers area, the quietness, and smoothness of the ride.
Purchased 2004 Buick Ranier used with 22,000 miles and has been a great vehicle. This SUV has a 5.3 Liter, great power and better fuel economy than the V6 model. Great for towing. Great for extended road trips. Vehicle now has 55K miles with now service related problems.
5.3 Liter V8, curb view mirrors, memory seats, power driver and passenger seats with lumbar adjustment
I like many got tired of driving and in
a almost prone position. The size is
perfect for my business driving and
love it on trips. The one thing I
missed was my previous car had heads up
display. I assume this will be added in
the very near future. The handling is
fantastic as you can make tight U-turns
with little effort. Keep up with
bringing us great vehicles.
For once the features blend into an
VERY smooth and quite ride. Handles
well Agree with current owner, it
could use more storage.
Cross bars for roof rack should be
standard. This seems a little cheap
on Buick's part for a car in this
price range. Same with front seat side
air bags. Would love for it to have
had the Buick famous icon (the three
holes on the front quarter panels).
This would have been the icing on the
cake for exterior.
Too new for reliability opinion. Only
one defect at delivery. The console
lock would not hold down the cover
whne bumped. New lock clip was ordered.
Insulation equales very quite car.
Luxury of vehicle, both inside and out.
Roof rails and side air bags std.
Longer sweep on pasanger wiper
blade. It leaves a triangle which is
in driver's view.
Put the Buick icon (three holes) on
the front two quarter panels.
Add number of gallons burned in the
driver;s info. This was very accurate
& useful on my 98 Blaze