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#1688 of 2217 Re: 2007 Lucerne Prices [trucker50]
Aug 12, 2006 (5:05 pm)
The Info I have is as follows:
(Destination Charges Excluded)
2006Lucerne MSRP CX $25,990(Source Buick Website)---- 2007 CX $25,440 or $550 less. (Source Edmunds)
2006Lucerne MSRP CXL $27,790(Source Buick Website)---- 2007 CXL $28,460 or $670 more. (Source Edmunds)
Two new exterior colors and two new combination interior colors are new for 2007. Tire pressure monitors now standard, on all trim levels,Heated steering wheel is part of a Luxury Package(PCK) on CXL and is Standard on CXS.
However a $1500 cash rebate is available only on 2006 Models until 9/5/06.(as of this date)
#1689 of 2217 Re: 2007 Lucerne Prices [loyalbuickfan]
Aug 13, 2006 (10:20 am)
2006 MSRP Base price CXL V-6 $27,265
2007 MSRP Base price CXL V-6 $28,460 - $1165 dollars more ....source looking at stickers of 2 cars side by side
add in the lack of rebate on the '07....the '07 is $2695 dollars more....of course you still have the option for 0% for 60 months on the '06 instead of the rebate
#1690 of 2217 Memory Package Question
Aug 25, 2006 (3:02 pm)
My first post to this forum! I have had my '06 CXL for about 6 weeks and just love it! I have the Memory Package that will recall the settings for 2 drivers but have a question...It appears in the manual that this should allow the seat position, mirrors, temperature, and radio settings to be recalled, however, mine is only recalling the seats and mirrors.
I wonder if anyone can tell me if this is normal; whether there are two types of this package; or if I am not setting it properly?? To set it, I am just hold the "1" or "2" button until I hear two beeps.
Thanks for any help!
#1691 of 2217 Looks like my old Pontiac Bonneville
Aug 28, 2006 (4:47 pm)
Looks like my 94 Pontiac Bonneville with the same 3.8 liter engine.
0-60 in 9.4 seconds? Damn, thats slow for a car in 2006. I think my old Suburban did that. I can't be too hard on the car cause I haven't drove it, but you put a Northstar into about anything, you got a nice car.
I would not put this anywhere near a 5 series BMW. That guy is going to loss is shirt on depreciation. To me, its got small car styling and the size of a Crown Vic, looks better in pictures than live. Car choice of this (with the 3.8), Chrsyler 300 (no hemi), Ford Five Hundred, Pacifica and Dodge Magnum. Will do a final test drive, but got to go with the 300, can't see where the Buick has it beat and it's tight if so. Am I missing something here? The big engine's are not worth the huge increase in the sticker price. A northstar or hemi is not that much more costly to produce. Why can't America make a quick six cylinder that gets to to 60 mph in around 7 seconds? Got to put these small block V8's that get around 10 mpg in the city.
#1692 of 2217 Re: Memory Package Question [darlasha]
Aug 28, 2006 (5:40 pm)
I don't have one but my 04 Trailblazer remembers all including temp and radio and even the power gas/brake pedal too. I have had about 6 GM's with this feature and they all remembered that and some more. Sounds like something loose.
#1693 of 2217 Re: Memory Package Question [darlasha]
Sep 01, 2006 (10:50 am)
That is normal. Mine is the say way.
I just bought an '06. I love mine too.
#1694 of 2217 Imitation is flattery....
Sep 05, 2006 (9:41 am)
Just saw photos of the new Lexus LS sedan. Aside from some front and back end details, I'd have a hard time telling it apart from the Lucerne, especially the side view. So maybe the design is not as boring as I had thought.....
#1695 of 2217 Re: Imitation is flattery.... [vic10]
Sep 05, 2006 (10:01 am)
Did you mean the "ES"? They do look very similar. Toyota has copied many of it's styles from other cars.
#1696 of 2217 Re: Imitation is flattery.... [imidazol97]
Sep 06, 2006 (9:37 am)
No, their flagship. Think it's now the LS460. Saw it in the new Car&Driver.