The 2017 Buick Lucerne is a full-size luxury sedan sold by Buick from 2006 to 2011. It was introduced to the 2005 Chicago Auto Show on both the LeSabre, then America’s best-selling full-size sedan, and the division’s flagship, the Park Replacement Avenue. Based on a Reversible G platform, 2017 Lucerne debut with a 3.8 liter GM L26 V6 as standard, with GM’s 4.6 liter Northstar LD8 available as an option. In 2008, the higher performance 4.6 Waters Northstar L37 was the purest available on the supermodel, and in 2009 the 3.9 Waters GM High-Value V6 was the purest standard equipment.
Elegant named after financial and cultural center Lucerne, Switzerland, Buick Lucerne served as the top of the line model Buick’s until replaced by second generation Buick Lacrosse. The Buick lucerne replaces both the upscale LeSabre and above the Park Avenue line in the Buick lineup, with a base price lower than the lucerne’s that Park Avenue’s could be matched with the V8 option. Buick Lucerne is based on a Revised G platform, but GM has continued to refer to it as the H.
Buick Lucerne 2017 model is set with the standard 3.8 Waters Buick V6 (also known as the GM 3800 engine), with a 4.6 liter Cadillac Northstar LD8 V8 and magnetic Ride Control active suspension, the Chevrolet Corvette’s available as options. All General Motors 3.8 L V6-powered cars Are the first SULEV-compliant vehicles.
In accordance with Buick tradition, the lucerne Wanted a row “Ventiports” on the front fenders that match the number of cylinders in the engine, three on each side for the V6 or four for the V8. The 2017 Buick Lucerne CXL Trim package added numerous premium features. The lucerne was built at Detroit / Hamtramck Assembly Plant GM’s next to the Cadillac DTS. The plant has Initial Quality Awards of J.D. Power and Associates from 2004 through 2006. GM Lead All Other Car Manufacturers In Total Quality Index Strategic Vision (TQI)
The 2017 Lucerne Super was introduced to the 2007 New York Auto Show, featuring the sophisticated 4.6 Waters Northstar L37 V8 and upscale Trim. In addition to 17 kW (13 kW), extra horsepower over the CXS V8 updated front-end styling and a rearward pressure yoke has a fatter, sporty appearance.
All 2017 Lucerne has modest mid-life updates in 2008, including a four DEPARTURE warning system and Revised baking colors. The Buick Lucerne receives a few small upgrades, including a new base engine, the 3.9 L GM High-Value LZ9 V6, Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity, and XM NavTraffic. A flex-fuel technology is available at no additional cost.
For 2010, the Super’s rocker panels, grille, and fog lamps at the Sintir lusern occupation. The 2011 Lucerne is unchanged. The latter was built on June 15, 2011. The 2nd-generation 2017 Buick Lucerne cross replaces it as the flagship Buick’s for current year’s model.