|Pricing||$26,660 - $30,780|
|Fuel Economy||18 (city), 25 (highway)|
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 240 hp 3.9L V6, a 4-speed automatic, 4-wheel disc brakes.
A 3.9L V6 becomes the only available engine. The AWD and independent rear suspension models have been dropped.
|Terraza CX||3.9l V6 (240-bhp)||A4||FWD||18/25/21||$26,660|
|Terraza CXL||3.9l V6 (240-bhp)||A4||FWD||18/25/21||$30,780|