2017 Buick Rendezvous

September 17th, 2017 | Comments Closed | Buick

2017 Buick Rendezvous is a mid-sized SUV crossover that was sold by Buick for the model years 2002-2007. The Buick Rendezvous and its corporate cousin Pontiac Aztek were GM’s entry into the SUV segment. 2017 Buick Rendezvous, as a four-door crossover with a front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, Rendezvous offered a four-speed automatic transmission with a V-6 engine. The SUV used the same platform as the short version GM, Pontiac Montana and Chevrolet Venture. He assumed the duties of loading goods that had already been processed by the Buick State Station wagon.

Buick Rendezvous boasted the ability to carry seven passengers when equipped with a third-line bench, the main feature of the class that Buick put on the market before their competitors. The Rendezvous is capable of carrying a standard 4×8 plywood plate inside.

In support of the 2017 Rendezvous as a versatile role for busy people with the family team, he provided a center console with storage and power points for a laptop as well as a separate one for Carry a bag, cell phone, pager or other small objects that the owner would keep organized and easily accessible system and an optional rear loading organizer and rear seat stereo headphone control system.

2017 Buick Rendezvous Model

2017 Buick Rendezvous Model

In the upper-level model CXL, a central driver information on the dashboard provided that the outside temperature, compass functions, onboard computer that includes fuel economy readings, range, and Fuel used. An optional second-generation screen was also available. This was also available on the 2017 Buick Rendezvous CX model. A tire pressure monitoring system monitoring system provided tire and warned if the specified range is an intelligent function following the Ford Explorer / Firestone disaster, which was largely attributable to inflated tires.

2017 Buick Rendezvous Safety

The Institute of Road Traffic Insurance (IIHS) gives Rendezvous an overall acceptable rating on its pre-offset impact test for fair structure performance and fairly simulated control. However, the IIHS did not carry out a lateral impact test on 2017 Buick Rendezvous.