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The 2004 Buick Cars

2004 Buick Century:
Four-wheel disc brakes are standard for 2004 on Buick's lowest-priced car. Century shares its basic platform with Buick's Regal, which targets a younger audience. A 175-hp V6 with an automatic transmission is the sole powertrain. ABS is optional, but 4-wheel disc brakes replace a front-disc/rear-drum setup. The ABS option includes traction control and a tire-pressure monitor. A front bench seat for 6-passenger capacity is standard. A side airbag for the driver is available with the optional Limited package. OnStar assistance is optional.
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2004 Buick LeSabre:
LeSabre, America's best-selling full-size car, comes in Custom and Limited models and offers a Celebration Edition as a Limited-model option package. All use a 3.8-liter V6 and automatic transmission. Antilock 4-wheel disc brakes are standard. Front side airbags, traction control, and OnStar assistance are standard on Limited, optional on Custom. GM's Stabilitrak antiskid system is available on Limited. The optional Gran Touring Package includes firmer suspension and 16-inch wheels vs. 15s.
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2004 Buick Park Avenue:
Buick's flagship sedan comes in base and Ultra models, both with a 3.8-liter V6 and automatic transmission. Ultras have a supercharger that boosts horsepower from 205 to 240. ABS, self-leveling rear suspension, and leather upholstery are standard. A front bench provides 6-passenger seating; bucket seats are an Ultra option. Optional on the base Park Avenue and standard on Ultra is the Gran Touring Package that includes a firmer suspension. Ultra also replaces 16-inch alloy wheels with 17-inch chrome-plated wheels.
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2004 Buick Rainier:
Buick adds a new model for 2004, a midsize SUV. A 6-cyl engine is standard, a V8 optional, making Rainier GM's only midsize regular-length SUV to offer a V8. A 4-speed automatic is the sole transmission. Available is rear-wheel drive with traction control, or all-wheel drive that does not include low-range gearing. CXL and CXL Plus trim levels are offered. Both include ABS, load-leveling rear air suspension, and 17-inch alloy wheels. Also standard: leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control, and OnStar assistance. Rainier is available with adjustable brake and gas pedals, heated front seats, satellite radio, a navigation system, and rear DVD entertainment.
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2004 Buick Regal:
Regal shares a basic design with Buick's more conservative Century sedan. Regal comes in base LS and uplevel GS sedans. Both have automatic transmission and a V6 engine; the GS adds a supercharger for more power. Four-wheel disc brakes are standard. ABS is standard on the GS and optional on the LS, where it includes the GS's tire-pressure monitor and traction control. A side airbag for the driver is optional for both models. OnStar service is newly standard on the GS, but remains optional on the LS.
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2004 Buick Rendezvous:
A new top-line model with a new V6 highlights 2004 for Buick's crossover SUV. Rendezvous offers CX, CXL, and the new Ultra models. CX and CXL come with a 185-hp 3.4-liter V6 and a choice of front-wheel drive with optional traction control or all-wheel drive without low-range gearing. Ultra, which arrived midyear, has AWD and comes with GM's new 245-hp 3.6-liter V6. The 3.6 is also optional for the CXL. All models use a 4-speed automatic transmission.
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