For 2004 the Buick Rendezvous is available in four trim lines, the CX, CX AWD, CXL and CXL AWD models.
2003 Buick Rendezvous
Photo Information (Width: 339px, Height: 209px, Size: 9Kb)
|Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:||3 cm3|
|Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:||Automatic|
|Price (out of date):||$40000|
2003 Buick Rendezvous specs, Engine size 3cm3, Transmission Gearbox Automatic
Buick's first truck in its lineup since 1923, the Rendezvous was billed as a combination of the best attributes of a minivan (large cargo capacity, seating for up to seven), a luxury automobile (ride, handling, smoothness) and a sport utility vehicle (truck styling and available all wheel drive).
The Rendezvous was produced at General Motors' Ramos Arizpe, Mexico assembly plant, where it shared an assembly line with the Pontiac Aztek.
In lieu of four-wheel drive, the Rendezvous offered Versatrak, a full-time, fully-automatic all-wheel drive system which provided sure-footed traction in the snow and wet, could handle moderate off-road surfaces, but was not meant for boulder-climbing Rubicon Trail-type activities.
Like the Pontiac Aztek, the Buick Rendezvous is based on a shortened version of GM's second generation U platform minivans.
Buick benchmarked their Park Avenue luxury sedan as the prototypical target for ride and handling for the Rendezvous. In order to provide a luxurious and responsive car-like ride, all Rendezvous came equipped with a fully independent rear suspension system regardless of optional content or trim level.
» Read More About Buick Rendezvous