GM will soon start selling the 2008 Buick Lucerne Super “entry-premium” sedan. First revealed to potential customers around ten months ago at the 2007 New York Auto Show, the new version of Buick’s flagship model features more power and luxury, but still looks, well, controversially to put it mildly.
Developed exclusively for the rapidly growing Chinese market, the new 2007 Buick Park Avenue was completely redesigned to meet special tastes and need of the local public. Fir the brand, the introduction of the car is especially important because the Chinese are well known for their almost unnatural love to General Motor’s entry-level luxury brand.
2008 Buick Enclave, the entry-premium brother-in-law of the latest GMC Acadia car-based crossover SUV, will be available this summer in three trims. First revealed at the 2006 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the new vehicle will have to replace on the assembly line whole three Buick models: the ugly Rainier and Rendezvous SUVs, as well as the Terraza people hauler.
There were a lot of rumors about new 2008 Buick LaCrosse Super, which is reported to be partially based on the well-received 2004 Buick Velite convertible concept vehicle.