2008 Buick Lucerne Super
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#1 Mar 30, 2007
The General needs to add to the fullsize car lineup. The Lucerne and Cadillac DTS are the only big cars. The logical replacement for large SUV's is a large car. But, GM's choices are more expensive, leaving consumers looking for more economical choices, to look elsewhere. Chevy and or Pontiac could use a large car in the $25-30K market. A longer wheelbase of 120" or more. Foreign competitors offer nothing in this size or price range. This used to be Detroit's bread and butter. With newer drivetrains, a V6 would offer adequate horsepower, with a V8 as an alternative. With GM returning to RWD, a bigger Zeta platform would be just what the General needs. A niche in this price range, all it's own. With only two or three option packages, keep it simple. Raise the height a little, to resemble a truck stance. The size would give truck buyers another choice.
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