2005 Buick Terraza CXL 3.5 from North America
There is a reason this vehicle only lasted 3 years
Wheel bearings every 25,000 miles.
Passenger car sized brakes on a 4600lb vehicle don't last.
The biggest complaint is the lack of power. This is the most underpowered vehicle I've ever driven. Put 5 people and some gear in it and it's almost comical. It cannot maintain a steady 70 with any kind of hill. I do get 20 MPG highway as it constantly tries to figure out which gear to be in on cruise control, which isn't bad all things considered. All the bells and whistles work. AWD works great in the snow (when it works that is. Wheel bearing failure takes out the ABS, which takes out the AWD).
There is no way anyone test drove this vehicle or designed it sober.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 27th June, 2017
27th Jun 2017, 21:24
Or could it be that the Terraza was dropped because minivan sales had long been in decline by 2007, and GM decided to drop the U-body lineup entirely?
You claim no one could have possibly test drove a Terraza, yet you purchased one. Didn't you drive the van before buying it?