Buick will increase its 2008 Lucerne lineup with two new models available at dealerships beginning in April.
Starting this month, Buick Lucerne is expanding its line-up with the Super and CXL Special Edition models. “Lucerne Super and Lucerne CXL Special Edition epitomize Buick’s new level of refinement and our effort to deliver the vehicles that today’s customers demand,” said Jim Bunnell, Buick-Pontiac-GMC general manager.
The Lucerne Super is powered by the 4.6 liter Northstar V8 engine which delivers 292 hp and 390 nm of torque and marks the return of the Super designation after 50 years of absence. The Buick Lucerne Super is priced at USD 39,395 and can be identified through its new grille and front fascia, rocker panels, rear fascia and exhaust tips.
The Buick Lucerne CXL Special Edition is situated between the base model CX and the top-of-the-range Super. It is the only model with a choice of engine, either the abse 3.8 liter V6 with 197 hp or the Northstar 4.6 liter V8 with 275 hp. The CXL SE also has a differing grille and front fascia, sits on 17 inch wheels and perforated leather seat inserts. The V6 has an MSRP of USD 32,150 while the V8 model will cost USD 33,850.