NEW FOR 2011:
- StabiliTrak electronic stability control with full-function traction control standard on all models
- Five-passenger models add standard USB port to the centre console, two new radio designs including navigation system integration
- Super adds standard navigation system
For 2011, all Buick Lucerne models feature standard StabiliTrak electronic stability control, which was previously optional on the CX and CXL trim lines. Five-passenger models, which have a centre console, now add a standard USB port; new radios are available; and the top-line Super trim adds a standard navigation system.
The Lucerne is available as the CX and CXL, with 3.9-litre V6, and as the Super, with 4.6-litre V8. Both engines mate to a four-speed automatic transmission.
Features on the CX include 17-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, front cornering lights, heated mirrors with driver’s side auto-dimming, variable intermittent wipers, cruise control, front and rear floor mats, driver information centre, tire pressure monitoring system, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, tilt leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, express-down driver’s window, automatic rear suspension level control, keyless entry, six-way power cloth front seats, CD/MP3 stereo, and OnStar.
The CXL adds dual-zone automatic climate control, cargo net, heated steering wheel, garage door opener, eight-way power heated leather seats with driver’s side memory, Bluetooth connectivity, and XM satellite radio.
The Super adds 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome side mouldings, embroidered floor mats, compass, power tilt and telescopic Walnut Burl and leather heated steering wheel, magnetic ride control, Magnasteer variable-assist steering, remote starter, electronic stability control, rear parking assist, perforated leather seat upholstery, navigation system, and premium Harman/Kardon six-CD stereo.
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