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.
Comfortable, Classy, Affordable, Fuel Efficient, Solid, Safe, Quiet, Driving Delight! Purchased in 2006 with 14K miles on it and I've driven across the country (Coast to Coast) 6 times in all climates, terrains, and road conditions and this vehicle has never let me down and averaged 28 - 30 mpg! My colleagues call my car "Old Faithful"...and with over 130K miles, I'm sure it's good for another comfortable 100,000 more miles. I do the routine maintenance and have it serviced regularly as required & only needed to replace the headlights, tires and fanbelt at 90k. Everything else is original with no rust or rattles, & "Old Faithful" still has bright, shiny paintwork!!!
The Buick LaCrosse is A Great All Around Value as a comfortable, stylish cruiser!!!
I would recommend it because of the drive train. The 3.8 liter is easy to work on yourself and is a good engine. The transmission is also pretty Stought. I have owned several GM's and this drive train if treated right will last a long time. However interior is plastic cheese, peaces break due to being flimsy.
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