General Motors Corp.’s goal of establishing Buick as a rival to Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus luxury division often draws snickers. Buick’s skeptics say the nameplate lacks Lexus’ refinement, its sophisticated styling and its younger and more affluent buyers. But there is at least one area where Buick legitimately is competing with Lexus: its vault-like interior sound management is absolutely stunning. Road noise is totally muffled. Wind noise is nothing more than a gentle breeze. The ...
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