While not as cutting edge as some of their competitors, Buick stands strong with its loyal customers by producing consistent, reliable designs. Buick is luxury without flamboyance. With its patented QuietTuning sound dampening materials standard on all models, it drives as silently as if it were parked.
Buick Century: The Century has been the midsize sedan of great success for Buick, but as all good things must come to an end, 2005 is the last model run of this particular car, as it will be phased out by the similar Buick Lacrosse.
Buick Lacrosse: Solid American craftsmanship in this midsize sedan, with all the power bells and whistles, and standard features like dual climate control and cruise control, the Lacrosse is an affordable choice for simple luxury.
Buick Lesabre: Buick’s full-size sedan, the Lesabre has been a part of the lineup for quite some time. Some additional options on the Lesabre include heated leather seats and a six CD stereo.
Buick Rainier: A quality midsize SUV with a 275hp inline six, or a 300hp V8, the Rainier brings quality traits such as leather seating, and an optional DVD entertainment system to the table.
Buick Rendezvous: With seating for seven, the Rendezvous is a larger alternative to the Rainier, with all of the options as its smaller counterpart, such as leather, Onstar, and a rear seat DVD entertainment system.
Buick Terraza: Can’t decide whether you want a minivan or an SUV? Get a Terraza! A beefy rendition of the typical, boxy minivan, the Terraza has a standard rear seat DVD entertainment system, and the same V6 engine as the Rainier and Rendezvous SUV’s.