General Motors has announced pricing for the all-new 2010 Buick Allure luxury sedan that starts at $32,745 and arrives in showrooms this summer.
Available in front and all-wheel-drive, the Allure is powered by a choice of two fuel-saving direct injection V6 engines paired with six-speed transmissions and delivers precise suspension tuning for driving control and comfort unlike any Buick before it.
The luxurious cabin offers a wide array of digital connectivity, safety and personal technologies in a library-quiet environment.
Further demonstrating Buick’s ongoing commitment to quality; J.D. Power and Associates recently announced that Buick tied for the highest quality ranking in vehicle dependability for three-year-old models.
Starting at $32,475 for CX FWD’s standard equipment includes six standard air bags, including roof-mounted head curtain side air bags, premium cloth seats and 17-inch wheels, plus a new, technologically advanced 3.0-litre direct injection (DI) V6 engine.
Starting at $34,745, the CXL FWD builds on the CX model’s equipment, it adds, dual-zone automatic climate control, fog lamps, outside rearview mirror with LED turn indicators, among other features.
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