The last of a great vehicle
October 25, 2015
The age of the "Family Minivan" has come and gone. While several manufacturers still provide a similar body style, most of them are priced way too high for the average family to own a new one.
When GM stopped making Oldsmobiles, (the Silhouette being the best of the Minivans then), the Buick Terraza took its place. It had most everything you wanted on even the standard models, and on the top of the line styles, all the "bells and Whistles". I, like most everyone whoever owned one, just loved it. If Buick made them today, I would buy one in a minute.
If you can find one, (they only made them in 2005 - 200)7, get id, because people who own them, keep them for at least 200,000 miles.