2007 Buick_Lucerne CXS

2007 Buick_Lucerne CXS Provided by www.takeauto.com MSRP: $34,775
Invoice: $32,862 Standard Engine:4.6L V8, 32 valve, 275 hp @ 6000 rpm 4 speed automatic transmission
17 mpg city / 25 mpg hwy Green Rating: 57
Standard Features: All Standard Features Transmission 4-Speed Electronically Controlled Automatic Transmission With Overdrive Steering Tilt Steering Column Heated Steering Wheel Magnasteer(R) Power Speed Sensitive Rack and Pinion Variable Assisted Steering Suspension Rear Automatic Load Leveling Magnetic Ride Control Adaptive Variable Suspension Independent MacPherson Strut Front Suspension With Coil Springs and Sport Ride Type Independent Multi-Link Rear Suspension With Coil Springs and Sport Ride Type 18-mm Rear Stabilizer Bar Electrical Battery Battery Saver Delayed Power Retention Operates Audio and Power Windows For 10 Minutes Front Power Outlet Audio Pre-Wiring Braking & Traction StabiliTrak(R) Vehicle Stability Control System Electronic Brake Assist 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes Front Power Vented Disc and Rear Power Solid Disc Brakes All-Speed Traction Control Safety Driver Airbag With Dual Stage Deployment Passenger Airbag Cutoff Sensor Passenger Airbag With Dual Threshold Dual Stage Deployment Front and Rear Automatic Locking Retractors Crash Sensor Sends GPS Signal Front Seatbelt Height Adjusters Rear 3-Point Center Seatbelt Front and Rear Pretensioners Trunk Anti-Trap Device Front Side Airbags Side Head Curtain Airbags Front and Rear 3-Point Seatbelts Side Guard Door Beams Anti-Theft & Locks OnStar(R) Stolen Vehicle Tracking Child Safety Door Locks Located On Rear Doors Theftlock(R) Radio Anti-Theft Vehicle Anti-Lockout Vehicle Anti-Theft Via PASS-Key III Engine Immobilizer Programmable Power Door Locks Valet Lockout Wheel Locks Remote Controls & Remote Releases Power Remote Trunk Release 3-Function Universal Garage Door Opener Programmable Keyless Entry Operated Via Key Fob Seats Front Dual Reclining Heated Bucket Seats With Adjustable Seat Height and 2-Position Driver Power Memory Rear Bench Seat Driver Power Seat Adjusts 8 Ways Total Front Dual Power Lumbar Support Front Passenger Power Seat Adjusts 8 Ways Total Rear Seat Pass Through Perforated Upgraded Leather Seats Storage 2 Front and 2 Rear; 4 Cupholders Total Front Dual Door Mounted Storage Lockable and Illuminated Glovebox Front Dual Seatback Storage Pockets Cargo Net Covered Lower Console Storage Located On Floor Coinholder Rear Armrest Storage Instrumentation Voice Activated Controls For Phone Steering Wheel Mounted Controls For Audio and Cruise Control Trip Computer Digital Clock Compass Cruise Control Tachometer Tire Pressure Monitor Interior Lighting Front and Rear Map Lights Delayed Courtesy Lights Trunk Light Engine Compartment Light Illuminated Entry Footwell Lights Exterior Lighting Daytime Running Lights Automatic Headlights With Automatic On and Dusk Sensor Cornering Lights Front Halogen Foglights Halogen Headlights Entertainment, Communication & Navigation Pre-Programmable Equalizer Harman/Kardon(R) AM/FM Radio With 280-Watts, Seek, Scan, Speed Sensitive Volume and 9 Speakers Total; CD Player; MP3 Player; XM(R) Satellite Radio(Satellite Radio Unavailable In Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or US Virgin Islands; Satellite Service Is Provided On A 3-Month Trial Basis Upon Purchase; See Dealer For Details) Radio Data System OnStar(R) Telematics System With 12 Months Safe and Sound Service Plan Includes Automatic Collision Notification, Concierge Services, Emergency Response, Personal Calling, Remote Unlocking, Roadside Assistance, Security System Notification, Stolen Vehicle Tracking, and Vehicle Diagnostics OnStar(R) Personal Calling Hands-Free Telephone Telephone Antenna Rear In-Glass Radio Antenna Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Interior Air Filter Separate Driver/Front Passenger Climate Controls Automatic Climate Control Rear HVAC Ducts Interior, Design, Decor & Floor Covering Rear Carpeted Floor Mats Front Carpeted Floor Mats Leather Steering Wheel Carpet Located In Passenger Cabin and Trunk Wheels & Tires SBRP245/50R18 BSW, All-Season Tires Alloy Wheels, 18-In. Full-Size Spare Tire Windows, Mirrors & Wipers Power Window Lockout Rear Window Defroster Dual Body Color Folding Power Adjustable Heated Signaling Exterior Rearview Mirrors With Driver Side Electrochromic and 2-Position Memory Electrochromic Interior Rearview Mirror Front Dual Illuminated Vanity Mirrors Power Windows With Driver One-Touch Down Solar-Ray(R) Tinted Glass Front Dual Sunvisors RainSense Rain Sensing Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers Exterior, Design, Paint & Finish Front and Rear Body Color Bumpers Front Air Dam Metallic Paint (If Selected) Black Grille
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Jesus Christ!
Stop doing that.

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Jeff Strickland wrote:

Stop quoting the offending text in your spam responses
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-Fred W

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On 6 May 2007 20:57:26 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:
So What?
Trying to prove that BMW are better - We already know that....

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I think the spec' on my first 735i (a 1982 model I bought in 1985) was better (five speed [manual] box for a start). Funny how even after a quarter of a century US car makers still haven't caught up!
OTOH the 1982 UK list price for the BMW new was over 18k, probably over 20k with [the optional] AC. Exchange rates at the time were similar to now, so that was about $37 - more than a new Buick costs now :-(
Of course US cars have legendary[ily bad] bad handling, which is perhaps why the car has one feature so that it is ready for when it inevitably slides off the road: -

SNIP
etc.
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On Mon, 7 May 2007 11:56:31 +0100, "R. Mark Clayton"

Fell in love with it at he London Motor Show. Loved it in the film "Vanishing Point" (crap film but lovely car). I would have settled for the 340 but wanted the 426 Hemi.............
However when one looks at the spec' the car was really retro.
Drum brakes as standard Cast Iron brake and clutch master cylinders, Cast iron rear brake cylinders. Uninteresting dash and steering wheel Very uncomfortable seats (but look Ok) Bad visibility our of rear 1/4
Novel front suspension being torsion bars borrowed from the UK Morris Minor/ Wolsely 1500/ Reily 1.5. and probably nicked from the VW Beetle initially.
Never really negotiated bendy roads and stopping was a heart attack situation.
the new Challenger/Barracuda has caught up but at what cost (Mercedes buy in/out) when they could have poached the best of European engineering in 1969 and gone with decent front suspension (coil over shox) Rack & Pinion steering + power, Big efficient disc brakes on the front at least (Jaguar had them on the back at that time too) and decent seats + power windows and an interesting dash with real dials giving real information.
Dodge Charger was in a similar state of decline at the time too.
Too little too late - the love affair with US cars in the UK (at least) has gone downhill ever since then with the exception of Corvette & Camero - Cadillac use to be a bit OTT but still, even now, garish and loud and no finesse or class whatsoever!
I'll stick with BMW however the Chrysler 300 sounds interesting if it really has a Hemi Engine but the depreciation must be astronomical (or comical).
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Wait - so is GM spamming???
and/or GM has paid these guys to SPAM?
How LAME!
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