CXL Special Edition 4dr Sedan
2009 Buick Lucerne

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EngineEngine 3.9LV-6
MPGMPG 17 City / 26 Hwy
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2009 Lucerne Overview

The Buick Lucerne is a highly competent sedan with smooth, clean lines and driving manners to match.Underway, it's smooth and quiet, but with precise steering and a chassis that handles winding roads with aplomb.Inside, it's elegant, comfortable and easy.

The Buick Lucerne comes in several models.The Lucerne CX is tuned as a traditional Buick, with the Premium Ride Suspension.The Lucerne CXL comes with a firmer Ride and Handling Suspension, and is positioned to compete with the Toyota Avalon and Lexus ES 350.We found it a very enjoyable car to drive, with agile handling and plenty of performance.

A full-size, front-wheel-drive sedan, the Lucerne benefits from a larger, more powerful, and more efficient V6 for 2009.Horsepower is up 15 percent from 197 to 227; while fuel economy has improved from 16/25 mpg city/highway to 17/26.The Lucerne comes loaded with more standard features for 2009, including a Bluetooth hands-free phone interface.XM radio with NavTraffic is available.

The V8-powered Lucerne Super, first introduced as a 2008 model, delivers even more performance for 2009, plus Magnetic Ride Control, an adaptive sports suspension developed for the Corvette.

Advanced safety systems are available on all models.Side Blind Zone Alert uses radar to provide drivers with more information about vehicles in hard-to-see areas around the car.Lane Departure Warning uses a camera to warn drivers of inadvertent lane changes.StabiliTrak with Brake Assist is offered as well.

Buick has a long history of innovative engineering, handsomely conservative styling, and premium luxury at below-premium prices.Lucerne follows these Buick traditions.
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2009 Lucerne Overview

The Buick Lucerne is a highly competent sedan with smooth, clean lines and driving manners to match.Underway, it's smooth and quiet, but with precise steering and a chassis that handles winding roads with aplomb.Inside, it's elegant, comfortable and easy.

The Buick Lucerne comes in several models.The Lucerne CX is tuned as a traditional Buick, with the Premium Ride Suspension.The Lucerne CXL comes with a firmer Ride and Handling Suspension, and is positioned to compete with the Toyota Avalon and Lexus ES 350.We found it a very enjoyable car to drive, with agile handling and plenty of performance.

A full-size, front-wheel-drive sedan, the Lucerne benefits from a larger, more powerful, and more efficient V6 for 2009.Horsepower is up 15 percent from 197 to 227; while fuel economy has improved from 16/25 mpg city/highway to 17/26.The Lucerne comes loaded with more standard features for 2009, including a Bluetooth hands-free phone interface.XM radio with NavTraffic is available.

The V8-powered Lucerne Super, first introduced as a 2008 model, delivers even more performance for 2009, plus Magnetic Ride Control, an adaptive sports suspension developed for the Corvette.

Advanced safety systems are available on all models.Side Blind Zone Alert uses radar to provide drivers with more information about vehicles in hard-to-see areas around the car.Lane Departure Warning uses a camera to warn drivers of inadvertent lane changes.StabiliTrak with Brake Assist is offered as well.

Buick has a long history of innovative engineering, handsomely conservative styling, and premium luxury at below-premium prices.Lucerne follows these Buick traditions.Hide Full Review