Tuesday, September 25, 2007

2007 Buick Terraza Review

The 2007 Buick Terraza is available in three models: CX ($27,425), CX Plus ($28,765), and the CXL ($31,545). Each Terraza is equipped with a 3.9-liter V6 engine producing 240 hp and outfitted with a four-speed automatic transmission. The FWD models can tow 2,000 lbs.; 3,500 with the trailering package. You'll get 136.5 cubic feet maximum for cargo with seating for seven.

Both the driver and passenger are covered by two stage airbags. All rows are covered by side bags. With OnStar standard and the LATCH system incorproated for child seats, the Terraza emphasizes safety at all levels. Keyless access and ignition via the remote compliment a deterrent alarm system that includes a mechanism to kill the engine to thwart a thief. As an added caveat, the CXL can be outfitted with a Mobility Prep Package that prepares the vehicle for handicapped use by bringing the floor down, removing its coverings, and taking out the second row.

Crank up your tunes on the 2007 Buick Terraza's eight-speaker combo audio system with MP3 capability and enjoy volume control tied to vehicle speed. Real audiophiles can opt for a six-disc changer in the dash or one with an integrated navigation system that is touchscreen based. Both the CX Plus and CXL can carry a DVD system to the rear and include equipment for XM Satellite radio.

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