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: Just purchased 2017 sport edition

02-03-2019, 05:21 PM
I have been following this car since it was first announced four years ago. Now, I finally have one. I retired from construction a while back, so, the red truck next to the Buick Will be leaving me.

The car is much quicker than the car magazines would have me believe. The brakes are better also. I am happy to be here, my previous convertible experience was owning a 1992 Olds Cutlass for two years and fixing its quirks proved exhausting so I sold it at a great financial loss last year. I belonged to a group like this for that car, also.
I read in the car magazines that 2019 may be the last year Buick sells this car as Opel has stopped making them. I’ve never seen one on the road. Looking forward to reading your posts. I’m sure ours will be much different than the Cutlass club. Lol!

02-12-2019, 01:49 PM
Its all good but I am afraid your steering wheel is on the wrong side . . . plus you need to change the badge to Vauxhall. ;)

bob yancey
02-13-2019, 07:49 PM
I sure like mine. 10,000 Mi and no complaints. 2017 sport touring model. Can't wait for winter to end and get that top down.

Dennis Carlson
02-14-2019, 10:51 AM
You can make it quicker by chipping it and adding a K&N air filter.

02-17-2019, 04:28 AM
Its all good but I am afraid your steering wheel is on the wrong side . . . plus you need to change the badge to Vauxhall. ;)

Lol! Hi Edna. Well, driving in US for 44 years has trained me that my right arm goes around my beautiful wife. Right hand drive would put right arm outside flapping in the wind. I know it’s imported. Buick has imported lots of Opel products over past 50 years. Feels very American. Soon it will be out of production. I don’t mind the center stack of buttons as many critics have mentioned. I know what they do and where they are. Only two things I feel lacking; rear window a bit too small and no blind spot camera. But when I learned to drive, I was taught to turn my head and look before changing lanes, anyway. My area in north Los Angeles County ( High desert) has had coldest, wettest winter in years so no top down yet. Finally had a two hour drive today. Wants to go 80 mph (129 Kmh) so easily so I have to watch speed. Thanks for your fun comment.

02-22-2019, 01:21 PM
I love my 2014. Now with over 78000 km and no problems. I think steering wheel at wrong side is only at Lions and Griffins.
Greatings from Germany

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