Buick Lucerne - A American Classic

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The 2010 Buick Lucerne is a huge American sedan built to emphasize a roomy interior and comfortable ride about all else. It's a solid choice for a buyer looking for a comfortable highway cruiser with a spacious cabin. For 2010, the vehicle offers an optional new wheel design, a refreshed instrument cluster, and new interior and exterior colors. It's powered either by a 3.9-liter V6 engine making 227 horsepower or a Northstar V8 making 275 horsepower.

As for the exterior, the it's unmistakably a Buick with the brand's trademark large exterior dimensions and front-fender potholes. It's a more upscale look than most other recent Buick efforts and doesn't look out of date. The interior is extremely spacious, and features a comfortable ergonomic layout. Oddly, it offers an optional sixth-seat, on a bench between the two front seats. Perhaps the only downside with the Lucerne is the use of a few hard plastics and out-of-date electronics that limit the appeal of the cabin.

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