Buick Terraza

The Buick Terraza is a Van der GM subsidiary Buick, which was sold by the beginning of 2005 until the end of 2007. He replaced the Oldsmobile Silhouette and took on the position of the Buick luxury vans, since after the abandonment of the brand Oldsmobile vehicle platform had also been taken over by Buick. Because of the membership of the General Motors Corporation, he built on the same platform as the models Chevrolet Uplander, Pontiac Montana and Saturn Relay, which were all built in Doraville, Georgia.

Compared to the previous model series was all brand offshoots, especially the front of the car and the hood extended to improve the frontal crash performance. However, it was also the revised model, which dates from the produced since 1990 Pontiac Trans Sport (later Pontiac Montana) declined, no longer competitive, and could not improve sales.

Initially launched the Terraza with a 3.5 liter V6 with 200 hp and an acceleration of 0-100 km / h in 10.2 seconds. A year later, an optional 3.9 -liter V6 with 240 hp. 2007, the 3.5 liter V6 has been removed from the program, and the 3.9 -liter became the base engine. As of 2007, the engine was available ( with compatibility of different fuels) in a flex-fuel version.

With a base price of U.S. $ 27,790 ( € 19,744 ) of the Terraza was the most expensive by then Van der GM brand. As with Buick usual, he was available in the versions CX and CXL. The Terraza was global scale is not the first Van of Buick in China, he has been modified previously offered as Buick GL8.

At the end of 2007, production of the Terraza has been discontinued and replaced by the crossover model Buick Enclave.