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2005 Buick Cars & Other Models

2005 Buick Century:
Century, one of Buick’s most popular models over the years, is being offered in a final limited production run for 2005 before making way for the all-new LaCrosse premium midsize sedan. To commemorate its final year, the 2005 Century is offered in an extensively equipped Special Edition Package. Each Special Edition Century is identified by a chrome grille with a revised Buick tri-shield emblem, as well as rear badging signifying it as the top model in the Century range.
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2005 Buick LaCrosse:
Three models will go on sale in the fall of 2004. The base CX and upscale CXL are powered by GM’s tried-and-true 3.8-liter overhead-valve V6 engine, driving the front wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission. Upgrades to the powertrain include the addition of electronic throttle control and refinements expected to result in quieter operation. Making 200 horsepower, the 3.8-liter V6 is predicted to return 20 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway.
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2005 Buick LeSabre:
Buick’s LeSabre enters the 2005 model year as the best-selling full-size car in the United States for the 12th consecutive year, underscoring the brand’s long track record of success in offering a premium automobile that has it all – style, comfort, power, safety and outstanding value. As Buick’s premium full-size sedan, LeSabre is well equipped even before an impressive list of stand-alone options or packages is considered. A full complement of convenience and safety items is standard, including power windows with driver- and front-passenger express-down feature; cruise control; AM/FM stereo with CD player, automatic speed-compensated volume adjustment and steering wheel-mounted radio controls; eight-way power driver seat; tilt-adjust steering column; daytime running lamps; anti-lock brakes; and PASS-Key III immobilizer theft deterrent system.
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2005 Buick Park Avenue:
Buick offers a Special Edition of its Park Avenue and Park Avenue Ultra for the 2005 model year, as it commemorates the final model year for these flagship sedans. At the end of the abbreviated model run will be 3,000 Special Editions of Park Avenue and the supercharged Park Avenue Ultra sedan, featuring special badging, standard chrome wheels, and an optional, exclusive chrome wheel on the Ultra. The wheels are 16-inch on the Park Avenue and 17-inch on the Ultra.
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2005 Buick Rainier:
Following its successful introduction for 2004 as Buick’s first full-frame sport utility vehicle, the 2005 Rainier boasts even more available V-8 power, along with subtle refinements to reinforce its position as blending true luxury with outstanding capability. The Vortec 5300 5.3L V-8 engine now is available on either the rear-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive Rainier. The Vortec 5300 delivers 300 horsepower (224 kw) and 330 lb.-ft. (447 Nm) of torque.
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2005 Buick Rendezvous:
Buick broadens the model choice of its versatile Rendezvous crossover vehicle, which successfully blends the best attributes of a luxury sedan, SUV and minivan into one stylish, innovative package. Following the successful introduction of the top-line, all-wheel-drive Rendezvous Ultra for 2004, Buick is further expanding the range for 2005 with a front-drive version of Ultra for customers in regions where AWD may be less of a necessity.
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2005 Buick Terraza:
Read the marketing copy for or look at photos of the new 2005 Buick Terraza and it's easy to find this new "crossover sport van" appealing. It attempts what most crossover vehicles do: it blends the styling and all-wheel-drive of an SUV with the comfort and driving experience of a sedan, this time coupled to the space and functionality of a minivan. Additionally, the Buick Terraza offers an impressive roster of standard and optional features such as stability control, fold-flat seats, DVD entertainment, navigation system, rear parking sensors, and French-stitched Nuance leather upholstery.
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