At a Glance
|Pricing||$28,110 - $30,990|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
Buick adds a third utility vehicle to its lineup with the new Terraza. GM is hoping to draw family oriented buyers with its crossover sport van which combines SUV styling with a minivan. While the appearance is reminiscent of an suv, it maintains the cargo flexibility, low step in, safety, and fuel economy associated with minivans. The Terraza has a 200 hp 3500 V6, a 4-speed automatic, 4-wheel disc brakes. Versatrak AWD and stability control are optional.
New Terraza adds a third utility vehicle to Buick's lineup. Terrazza is a mid-sized van with SUV styling traits to broaden it's appeal. A 200 hp 3500 V6 provides power. Both FWD and AWD models are offered.
"Terraza is another proof point of Buick's commitment to the truck market. Terraza will appeal to families who need mid-van functionality and also appreciate understated elegance on the inside and real style on the outside." -- Roger Adams, Buick general manager
|Terraza CX, CXL||3.5l V6 (200-bhp)||A4||FWD||$28,110|
|Terraza CX, CXL||3.5l V6 (200-bhp)||A4||AWD||$30,990|