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2004 Buick Rainer Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

By Sandra Kinsler and Brian Leshon   

New Car Profile of the 2004 Buick Rainer Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Description: Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Base MSRP Range: $35,295-$38,295
Invoice Price Range: $31,942-$34,657

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This SUV looks big but refined and decidedly like a Buick, due to a rounded prow that prominently displays the Buick signature of an oval grille in chrome inset with vertical bars and Buick's tri-shield insignia.

Rainier's agile nature and smooth ride quality are the result of a rigid ladder-frame chassis with one-piece steel rails running the length of the wagon.

For locomotion, Rainier presents V6 and V8 engine choices. Standard is the 4.6-liter in-line-six with 275 hp. Optional is a 5.3-liter V8 that runs to 290 hp.

In the cabin, a luxurious environment in monochromatic hues has personal comfort as the theme.

A pair of bucket seats in front stands beside a central console with multiple functions. Legroom for the rear three-person bench is ample. The seatback splits into sections and folds down to fashion a flat floor in the cargo bay with double the space at 85 cubic feet.

Rainier comes with a high content of standard equipment like power windows and locks and mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate system, On...

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2004 Buick Rainier Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

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New Car Profile of the Buick Rainier Wagon

Description: Mid-size 4-door SUV wagon
Base MSRP Range: 4.2-L 2WD: $ 35,295, 5.3-L 4WD: $ 38,745

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Wheelbase: 113.0 inches
Overall length: 191.6 inches
Engine size: DOHC 4.2-L I6, OHV 5.3-L V8
Transmissions/speeds: Auto/4 4L60-E
Rear/front drive: AWD 2WD Rear
Steering: Power rack and pinion
Braking: Power 4-disc, ABS/ETC
Air bags: 2 (front), opt. 2 (side)
EPA mileage est. city/hwy: 4.2-L 2WD: 16/21 mpg, 4.2-L 4WD: 15/20 mpg, 5.3-L 2WD: 16/20 mpg, 5.3-L 4WD: 15/18 mpg
Maximum GVWR: 2WD: 5550 pounds, 4WD: 5750 pounds
Maximum trailer towing: 2WD: 6300 pounds, 4WD: 6200 pounds

Ride with us as we steer a Rainier, the new sport-utility vehicle from Buick, up a winding mountain road to Rainier, the ice-capped cone in the state of Washington.

Although it's late in springtime, there's snow in fat and wet flakes falling so fast that any views of the peak, rising for 14,411 feet high in the Cascade Range, are hopelessly lost in the white stew of sky and snow.

The icy flakes melt on contact with a blacktop road, leaving a slick film of water that sometimes tricks tires into slipping and skidding -- but that's not the way this Rainier plays it.

It handles all kinks and curves of the two-lane route to Longmire with confidence-inspiring agility as a sophisticated and smart all-wheel-drive (AWD) system keeps the four tread patches planted firmly on pavement.

The suspension, tuned for smoothness with an electronically-controlled air suspension working on the rear wheels, isolates any pothole rough stuff and delivers a comfortable ride.

And within the five-place cabin, Rainier the sport-utility vehicle reveals an impressive quality of quietness in terms of reducing noise, vibration and harshness (NVH).

All external NVH is locked outside, the result of wrapping the compartment liberally with sound-deadening material, including thick layers of laminate applied to the windshield and front side windows

. The effort to control NVH inside Rainier is labeled by Buick marketeers as QuietTuning. It represents a sense of refinement more akin to a premium luxury car than a sport-utility v...

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2005 Buick Rainier Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

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New Car Overview of the 2005 Buick Rainier Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Description: Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle
Base MSRP Range: $35,080 - $36,905
Invoice Price Range: $31,747 - $33,399
Where built: USA

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Buick's five-door SUV tips toward luxury mode with two rows of seats in a plush cabin and deluxe appointments including rich leather upholstery.

It carries a 6-cylinder, or V8, powertrain and either rear-wheel-drive (RWD), or AWD, traction for forays on slick pavement or graveled trails. Rainier's standard engine is the 4.6-liter, in-line-6 from GM with 275-hp. A 5.3-liter, V8 pushing 290-hp is optional.

In the cabin, bucket seats in front flank a central console with multiple functions. Seatback on the second-row bench splits and folds to fashion a flat floor in the cargo bay with double the space at 85 cubic feet.

Rainier brings a high content of standard equipment like power windows and locks and mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate system, OnStar telecommunications with a DVD-based navigation system, and perforated leather upholstery with front seats adding armrests and power controls plus memory settings.

Options range from heated seats to adjustable floor pedals, a Bose audio system with CD changer and a DVD...

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