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Old 09-12-2006, 04:15 PM   #21
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The LaCrosse is OK, but don't care for the oval grill so much. The front ends up looking like the Park Avenue/LeSabre which I didn't care for either. I really like the Lucerne though.
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I love both the Lucerne and Lacrosse. I'd rather have the Lucerne naturally though. I'd opt out of having the 3.8 on either vehicle though. It'* DOHC or nothing for me. (atleast with these two cars.)
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I love both the Lucerne and Lacrosse. I'd rather have the Lucerne naturally though. I'd opt out of having the 3.8 on either vehicle though. It'* DOHC or nothing for me. (atleast with these two cars.)
And the Lucerne does come with an LD8 Northstar option My biggest problem with my LaCrosse was overall interior size and the trunk hard to fit anything but the wheelchair in. I was looking at the Lucerne and the salesman asked for a lot man to bring one around to test drive with an LD8 in it but I spotted the GXP in the corner of the showroom. After the test drive I made them move things around to get it out of the showroom and ended up driving it home.
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The lacrosse has a V8 model coming this fall.
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Heh, I'd need a garage like this, one set up for my Aurora, the other for the Lucy

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that would cost you about 10 of those cars just for the garage... hahaha
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I have and would definately drive one. My grandpa has one....what a smooth car.

That SIII 3.8 is very smooth and has a very nice power band. Pretty chrome rims and a pretty nice interior.
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all i see is old people driving them so probably not.
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all i see is old people driving them so probably not.
all you see driving ANY new luxury car is old people.. They can afford them while most younger people cannot.
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all i see is old people driving them so probably not.
And you drive a Bonneville?!
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