Used 2007 Buick Rainier Pricing
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Other than the OnStar system adopting a "turn-by-turn" navigation function and the shuffling of a few colors, the Buick Rainier stands pat for 2007.
- Hushed ride, powerful V8 option, easy ingress and egress, respectable off-road ability.
- Inconsistent build and materials quality, sloppy handling, missing some key safety features, lacks storage space.
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I think this is a very under-rated SUV. It is so much nicer than the Envoy which is more popular. Very quiet and the fuel economy is about like everything else.
Not a quiet cabin ride
The 2004 Rainier that I had rode a lot quietier. This 2007 has a wind noise starting at 35 mph and gets louder. I have had it back to 2 different dealers for this problem as suggested by GM motors. They can doing nothing at this time because of no recalls or service bulletins. It seems to me that it is the door seals on the back. Sounds like the back window is open a little on both sides
A real truck with real towing capacity, yet as quiet and smooth as most luxury cars in town and on trips. Optional sound system is very good. The nav system in my 2004 was cumbersome, so we left it off the new 2007. Buick fixed the AWD system, and it engages smoothly in 2007. Competent handling for a luxury truck. Don't drive or evaluate it as a sports sedan. I used to make jokes about people who drive Buicks, but this vehicle grows on you.