Buick is joining the van market for 2005. Rather than calling its new Terraza a minivan, however, Buick is calling it a “crossover sport van.” Marketers also use the term “premium midsize passenger van,” noting that the Terraza presents “the tough, rugged appearance ... Read Full Report
According to Buick, "the all-new Terraza crossover sport van brings a rich blend of style, comfort and elegance to the premium mid-van segment." Style, comfort and elegance: Perfect! I'm missing all three of those. My life is better described as dirty (nobody told me that having children forfeits my right to a daily shower), exhausted (I don't remember the last time I read more than a... Read full review for the 2005 Buick Terraza
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We got this 2005 CXL all loaded up as a GMAC smart buy and we cant wait till Aug 2009 to dump this piece of garbage. The sad thing is the design and room is nice however there is no reliability what s... Read Full Review
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