2010 Buick Lucerne

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Buick Lucerne

  • Acceleration is fully adequate with the V6, while the V8 provides brisk response, though we'd like to see Buick upgrade to a five-speed automatic.

    - Edmunds.com
  • The materials are top-notch, the design is clean and elegant and represents a huge step forward for GM in cabin appointments. Small items, like passenger grab handles and coat hooks, feature damped hinging. The seats are large and comfortable; however, a bit more lateral support is needed to match the car's athletic dynamics. The instruments are clear and simple and the controls are straightforward and easy to use.

    - Road & Track

What reviewers liked least about the Buick Lucerne

  • Buick styled the Lucerne to have a clean and attractive look. It's nothing too exciting.

    - Edmunds.com
  • Though standard features are plenty, common near luxury items like full one-touch windows, a split fold-down rear seat and either a telescoping steering wheel or power-adjustable pedals aren't available.

    - Edmunds.com
  • All engines are mated to 4-speed automatic transmissions driving the front wheels.

    - Road & Track

Best one-liner about the Buick Lucerne

  • The Lucerne's solid body, big passenger compartment and able road manners might just be the prescription Buick needs to lure doctors back from luxury imports.

    - Road & Track

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