During the 2006 NY Auto Show, we stopped at the Buick booth. No, it had nothing to do with the biscotti and coffee (in a square cup—those hipsters at Buick!). OK, it had everything to do with the biscotti. OK, really it was the coffee. Sweet, sweet coffee. In fact, as we entered the Buick booth, our hands got thin and shaky, our hair got gray, we bent over some, and we started to think, "Hey, this here Buick is mighty fine." Then we had some coffee and our hands went back to normal, our hair fell out (we made up the part about it going gray), and we straightened up, but, you know, we still think the Lucerne was pretty danged decent. We sat and sat. Pushed and pulled. Opened and closed. We like the Lucerne, and so does Bob Elton who writes Buick: Isn't It Time for a Real Car?. Mr. Elton focuses a bit more on the LaCrosse (our take: "eh"), but his overall message was that Buick should be the Caddy for the rest of us. It's a solid idea, and Buick should listen. Buick: V-8, better handling, and dead-quiet interior. If you dudes at Buick do that, you'll win.