Overview

Terraza, the newest addition to Buick's growing truck portfolio, is available with even more power, added safety systems and new entertainment features for 2006, making this premium crossover sport van one of the most comprehensively equipped seven-passenger vehicles in the entire segment.

As with all Buick models for 2006, Terraza now is covered by a four-year / 50,000-mile warranty as standard, providing owners with the same level of assurance, care and confidence as many other premium automotive brands.

GM's new 3900 3.9L V-6, which features variable valve timing and variable intake technology to deliver 235 horsepower (175 kw) and 239 lb.ft. (324 Nm) of torque,* is now offered on front-drive models of the well-equipped Terraza CX or elegantly appointed Terraza CXL mid-vans. The 3500 3.5L V-6, rated at 201 horsepower (150 kw) for front-drive models and 196 horsepower (146 kw) for all-wheel drive versions, continues as the standard engine on CX and CXL models, including those equipped with GM's exclusive Versatrak on-demand all-wheel drive system. Both engines are coupled to GM's proven Hydra-Matic 4T65-E electronically controlled automatic overdrive transaxle.

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Auxiliary Devices
This vehicle may have a 3.5mm (1/8 in) auxiliary input jack and a USB port, located in the center console. Some portable audio devices such as iPodsВ®, MP3 players, and USB storage devices can be conn ...

Cupholders
There are two cupholders in the center console with a removable liner. To remove the liner, lift up on the notch on the underside of the rear of the cupholder. Rear Seat There are two cupholders ...

Center Console Storage
Push the button (A) to access the storage or accessory power outlet under the armrest. See Power Outlets  for more information. Some vehicles might also have input jacks for auxiliary devices ...