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!
Equipped with the same luxuries that other cars have, but for thousands less on the sticker.. Smooth ride, and on trips, I get 26-28 mpg even with my V-6. This is cruising at 70-75 mph. In town you can expect 18-21 depending on how you drive. Beautiful lines and tons of leg room ( I am 6-6). You do need to remember to use your blind spot detectors in your mirrors.
Debated between 2013 Buick Lacrosse and 2013 Lincoln MKS. Chose the Lacrosse because it had less miles. The Lacrosse is less than 1/2 the car of the MKS. Electronics are complicated to use and low in visual quality. Road noise is higher than MKS. Lacrosse is physically more tiring and requires more effort to drive than MKS. It doesn't have the sporty and luxury drive-ability of the MKS. I went from a Lincoln LS to the Lacrosse; can't hardly wait to get back to Lincoln.
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