I have zero complaints for this car, I drive this beautiful car every day and have never had any issues. Great on gas! The interior is beautiful, it gives you the luxury you desire with the comfort you love with leg room to spare. Love this car and would make the same choice over and over again.
Not Your Grampa's Old Buick
2010 Buick LaCrosseNick - Omaha, NE02/17/2015
The AWD Lacrosse is not the sportiest sedan out there, but it rides nicer than most cars on the market. Between the heated & A/C seats as well as the heated steering wheel you are not short on options. There are very few things that I would change with the 2010 Lacrosse, and what I would change has been with the more current models.
Best Luxury Car Ever
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.
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