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The 2006 Cadillac Presidential Limousine is a hand-crafted and armored version of the Cadillac DTS (DeVille Touring Sedan) stretch sedan for the President of the United States. The new Cadillac DTS was first utilized during the second inauguration of George W. Bush in the January 20, 2005 parade. The vehicle was custom built by O'Gara, Hess, and Eisenhart, armored vehicle builders who have been building armored presidential limousines since the 1960s. The base platform is a Cadillac DTS, but little of the original vehicle remains
Buick's LeSabre enters the 2005 model year as the best-selling full-size car in the United States for the 12th consecutive year, underscoring the brand's long track record of success in offering a premium automobile that has it all - style, comfort, power, safety and outstanding value. As Buick's premium full-size sedan, LeSabre is well equipped even before an impressive list of stand-alone options or packages is considered. A full complement of convenience and safety items is standard, including power windows with driver- and front-passenger express-down feature; cruise control; AM/FM stereo with CD player, automatic speed-compensated volume adjustment and steering wheel-mounted radio controls; eight-way power driver seat; tilt-adjust steering column; daytime running lamps; anti-lock brakes; and PASS-Key III immobilizer theft deterrent system
The 2000 LeSabre was introduced in 1999 as the Buick LeSabre 2000 on the G-body. Following the end of the 2000 model year, the automobile reverted to the Buick LeSabre nameplate. The LeSabre was manufactured at GM's Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly factory in Hamtramck, Michigan on an updated revision of the G platform also shared with the Pontiac Bonneville and the 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora. Among the significant changes made to the LeSabre over the previous generation was a grille that did not open with the hood, an overall stiffer structure thanks to the new chassis, and smaller overall dimensions with slightly large interior room
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The Oldsmobile Aurora was a luxury automobile made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors and launched in 1995 to replace the discontinued Toronado 2-door personal luxury coupe. It was a luxurious 4-door sedan riding on the same Cadillac-derived G platform as the 2-door Buick Riviera. Since the demise of the Ninety Eight in 1996, the Aurora became the flagship Oldsmobile. Also, in a way it is the successor of the Ninety-Eight or the Eighty-Eight (at least for 2000). A V6-powered version was introduced in 2001 to supplant the Eighty-Eight and the LSS
The Park Avenue was Buick's flagship sedan. A luxury trim level, the Ultra (1991), was also available throughout the Park Avenue's run. The Buick Park Avenue Ultra luxury sedan featured a more powerful 205-240 hp supercharged V6 that became standard in 1992 versus the regular 170-205 hp V6. Prices for the Park Avenue ranged from $34,705 for the regular Park Avenue and $39,225 for the Ultra luxury trim. 1997-2005 An updated Park Avenue was released in 1997. Riding on the Buick Riviera's G-body, it was stronger and more substantial than its predecessor
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The Oldsmobile Aurora was a luxury automobile made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors and launched in 1995 to replace the discontinued Toronado 2-door personal luxury coupe. It was a luxurious 4-door sedan riding on the same Cadillac-derived G platform as the 2-door Buick Riviera. Since the demise of the Ninety Eight in 1996, the Aurora became the flagship Oldsmobile. Also, in a way it is the successor of the Ninety-Eight or the Eighty-Eight (at least for 2000). A V6-powered version was introduced in 2001 to supplant the Eighty-Eight and the LSS
The Oldsmobile Aurora was a luxury automobile made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors and launched in 1995 to replace the discontinued Toronado 2-door personal luxury coupe. It was a luxurious 4-door sedan riding on the same Cadillac-derived G platform as the 2-door Buick Riviera. Since the demise of the Ninety Eight in 1996, the Aurora became the flagship Oldsmobile. Also, in a way it is the successor of the Ninety-Eight or the Eighty-Eight (at least for 2000). A V6-powered version was introduced in 2001 to supplant the Eighty-Eight and the LSS
The 2000 LeSabre was introduced in 1999 as the Buick LeSabre 2000 on the G-body. Following the end of the 2000 model year, the automobile reverted to the Buick LeSabre nameplate. The LeSabre was manufactured at GM's Detroit/Hamtramck Assembly factory in Hamtramck, Michigan on an updated revision of the G platform also shared with the Pontiac Bonneville and the 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora. Among the significant changes made to the LeSabre over the previous generation was a grille that did not open with the hood, an overall stiffer structure thanks to the new chassis, and smaller overall dimensions with slightly large interior room
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Sporty Bengal is poised to become a prized possession The Buick Bengal concept vehicle, a sleekly sculpted roadster with a convertible top and featuring a high performance powertrain, state-of-the-art voice- activated controls and a next-generation audio system, is making its debut at 2001 auto shows. The Bengal is a car with "sensual elegance and versatility," said Dave Lyon, 31, Buick brand character chief designer. "We think this car will catch the attention of younger customers." Bengal owes its beautiful proportions to its "wheels forward" architecture, which permits a long dash-to-axle ratio, said Lyon
The Park Avenue was Buick's flagship sedan. A luxury trim level, the Ultra (1991), was also available throughout the Park Avenue's run. The Buick Park Avenue Ultra luxury sedan featured a more powerful 205-240 hp supercharged V6 that became standard in 1992 versus the regular 170-205 hp V6. Prices for the Park Avenue ranged from $34,705 for the regular Park Avenue and $39,225 for the Ultra luxury trim. 1997-2005 An updated Park Avenue was released in 1997. Riding on the Buick Riviera's G-body, it was stronger and more substantial than its predecessor
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