The styling you desire with the versatility you require! This has been the famous tagline of the Buick Terraza — a 4-door minivan that was introduced in 2005 by General Motors under the Buick brand. When the Oldsmobile division of the General Motors came to an end in 2004, the production of the Oldsmobile Silhouette was also discontinued. As a result, the luxury minivan position in the General Motors lineup was vacated until 2005 when the Buick Terraza filled it up. Together with Chevrolet's Uplander, Pontiac's Montana SV6 and Saturn's Relay, the Terraza was built in Doraville, Georgia. The Terraza was also considered as the most luxurious General Motors minivan, overtaking Saturn's Relay.
The Buick Terraza is equipped with a powerplant of 3.5-liter High Value 3500 LX9 V6 that is capable of producing 200 horsepower and 220 ft-lbf torque; thus capable of dashing from 0 to 60 miles an hour in just 10.2 seconds. Based on the FF/All-wheel drive U-body platform, it measures 121.1 inches for the wheelbase, 205 inches from front to rear, 72 inches from side to side, and 72.1 inches in height with curb weight of 4, 426 pounds. In addition, during the IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) crash tests, it got an above average rating with 3 "good" and two "acceptable" individual ratings. Moreover, its fuel efficiency is rated at 19 miles per gallon during city driving, and 25 mile per gallon during highway driving.
For the 2006 Buick Terraza, experience loads of upgrades and first-class treatments for the occupants. Starting with the quiet ride, the Terraza was a product of the Buick-pioneered QuietTuning process that includes at least 28 acoustic absorbers that are strategically placed all around the vehicle for better noise absorption at its source, and includes a quit tread tires feature. Another feature is the use of a vehicle stability control system called StabiliTrak as standard equipment on four-wheel drive models for better control. It works by automatically applying pressure to the appropriate front brake whenever the system detects a lateral skid, thus reducing power and help return the vehicle to its intended driving line.
With regards to seating configurations, the Terraza is capable of being transformed from passenger-use to cargo-use or vice versa in an instant. Terraza's folding second-row captain's chairs and third-row removable and flat-folding split bench seat enables the user to both fully load passengers and cargo at the same time without the need to exert so much effort. And lastly, Terraza's Innovative Overhead Rail System allows you to house convenient storage compartments and holds the available DVD rear entertainment system that includes a flip-down color LCD monitor, input slots, two wireless headphones and a wireless remote control unit for great comfort, convenience and pleasure.
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