2012 Buick LaCrosseMark Holland - Staunton, VA11/16/2015
This is the non advertised Hybrid model and for the life of me I cannot figure out why they do not advertise it. Large roomy interior and 40+ MPG. Buick calls it an 2.5 "eAssist" but it really is a mild hybrid with a lithium Ion battery, generator/motor and regenerative braking it barely sips more fuel than a Prius and is not cramped or confined when riding in it. Love the large leather heated front bucket seats, Harmon Kardon Stereo, climate control, and quiet as a mouse inside.
Excellent full size sedan
2017 Buick LaCrosseK Green - ALBUQUERQUE, NM10/18/2017
With everyone buying SUVs you can get a great deal on sedans at this time. The Lacrosse is a great semi-premium sedan. It is a comfortable car. The tech works well and is easy to use. Mine has 4 wheel drive and all versions have cylinder shut down. Both features work seamlessly. The trunk is large enough to carry a folding table without even folding the rear seats. Performance is excellent including reasonable fuel mileage. I'd highly recommend this car, especially as a great alternative to everyone else's SUV.
The Lacrosse is the best car for the money, when compared to others in its class. The 6 cylinder engine produces very respectable acceleration. It handles extremely well, very comfortable interior, and great looking exterior. I read some reviews that stated they tore the front end up when parking. They drove over the cement piece and caused the damage. You shouldn't drive over those with a car, period. I have a driveway that has a very sharp decline into the street. If I take it slow, and drive out at an angle the front doesn't touch the ground. Even if it touches, the only thing affected is the rubber piece under the actual bumper. No problem. I love this car!
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