Owning this vehicle has been a good experience so far. We have already taken a trip thru the mountains with 6 people in it and it drove great...no problems at all. Buick hit it right on the money with the look but I'm pretty sure they could have used better quality interior pieces. The compartments do feel cheap and are sometimes hard to close. It would have been nice if the back windows can roll down, but over all its worth the money. We shopped around & compared prices. With all the standard options it comes with a Honda or Toyota would have been at least $37,000. With the red tag sales you'll probably pay about $28,000 for a Buick Terraza. $10,000 less. Gas is reasonable for a van.
Auto start. Back seat DVD entertainment center. OnStar, XM. Very comfortable seats. Message center. Key memory.
Build quality. Rides a little rough. Open second row windows.
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