Thought all the bugs would be gone by the 3rd year.
brakes at 25k miles, window wiring, transmission at 79k miles, fuel tank and we will see what is next..
I felt good about buying a buick, but now I will never purchase one again.
Probably done with GM.
Sad the American car keeps on disappointing.
We love our 2004 Rendezvous for the all over performance, smooth ride and storage capability. It's a good family car.
There is one design flaw that needs to be fixed: Speedometer has a silver background and black numbers.
During dawn/twilight, it is nearly impossible to see the numbers. The black fades into the silver. During these light conditions, there is no way to see my speed and other guages.
My 2004 Buick has 168000 miles on it. I've replace the right front hup, put two sensors on it and it will pass inspection tomorrow. Flush the transmission at 100,000 miles keep the oil changed sooner than the book says, keep the tires in check. Best driving, riding SUV I've ever drove.
I love my Grandma's Rendezvous. I drive off and on. She has the CXL model (With every single option!) The only thing it's missing is the HUD. It's very easy to steer, the steering is basically like the old Cadillacs back in the day. (There steering was very smooth you could move it with just a finger) My most favorite thing of it is the factory exhaust sound. The 3.4 V6 exhaust is awesome! The torque is great too! It's 210 ft/lb @ 4,000 rpm. In reality the torque comes in between 1,800-4,000 rpm. It's a great SUV, and I recommend it to anyone! The cost to insure it, is VERY cheap!