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The 2008 Buick Lucerne gets satellite radio and lots of luxury features, but not the latest tech bits.
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Optional on all Lucernes are a CD changer, a sunroof, a lane departure warning system

Lucerne Super comes with three standard equipment packages

Options include rain-sensing windshield wipers and heated washer fluid

The 2008 Buick Lucerne offers a luxurious list of standard features, even if its options list isn’t as tech-savvy as some imports.

The Lucerne offers a great deal of standard equipment; according to Kelley Blue Book, "power driver's seat, windows, mirrors and door locks with remote keyless entry, six-speaker AM/FM/CD with auxiliary input jack, XM Satellite Radio, four-spoke tilt steering wheel with speed and audio controls [and] PASS-Key III theft-deterrent system" are just a few of the Buick Lucerne standard equipment offerings.

Options are also abundant; Cars.com details the options, including "rain-sensing windshield wipers and heated washer fluid [and] a touch-screen navigation system." Edmunds reports that the 2008 Buick Lucerne can also be equipped with "a CD changer [and] a sunroof," while the CX and CXL "can be equipped with a front bench seat that increases capacity to six people." Features such as navigation and Bluetooth remain unavailable.


The 2008 Buick Lucerne gets satellite radio and lots of luxury features, but not the latest tech bits.

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