Tuesday, September 25, 2007

2007 Buick Rendezvous Review

When you need seating for up to seven and excellent power at the same time, the 2007 Buick Rendezvous SUV fits the bill with two available models, the CX (from $25,925) and the CXL (from$29,500.) Behind the third row you get 18.1 cubic feet of volume. Put that seat down and you bump up to 54.5. The 3.5 liter V6 drives the whole show with 195 hp and features a four-speed automatic with overdrive.

The driver and passenger have full protection from a comprensive system of airbags including a side unit and a sensor system. Car seats are secured in place with the standard LATCH system and rear door have child locks. Overall vehicle security is entrusted to the PASS-Key III system.

Front occupants enjoy manual controls for lumbar and recline adjustments in the standard bucket seats. The base upholstery package is cloth with leather appointments in the CXL with suede optional. Flip and fold seats occupy the second and third row positions. On the list of accessory options you'll find a liner for the cargo area and an adjustable system of dividers.

Look for a standard audio unit with RDS and volume compensated for vehicle speed in the 2007 Buick Rendezvous. TheftLock is in place and you get an equalizer you can program and six speakers throughout the vehicle. Upgrades will get you a box with touchscreen navigation as well as DVD entertainment in the back and XM Satellite Radio.

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