2015 Buick LaCrosse

Up to 25 MPG city / 36 MPG hwy
$33,635 - $40,500

2015 Buick LaCrosse

2015 Buick LaCrosse

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You'll notice a few changes to the 2013 Lacrosse's features list. First, the brand's smartphone connectivity system called IntelliLink is now standard. There's also Buick's trademark blue ring added to the available xenon headlamps, revised rearview mirror positioning, and chrome buttons on door handles for easier access. Electric power steering replaced the old hydraulic system on Lacrosse models with the 3.6-liter V-6 and front-wheel drive configuration, which is said to boost fuel efficiency. All Lacrosse sedans employ QuietTuning technology to ensure a very Buick-like quiet cabin. There's also dual-zone climate control, heated power mirrors, remote start, available all-wheel drive, and a full range of 17-, 18-, or 19-inch wheels. Fuel-savers should take a look at the 36 mpg highway Lacrosse with eAssist electrification technology. Luxury lovers will need to scope out the Touring trim level that includes nearly every amenity in the expansive Buick catalog. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
The quiet ride - tightness of vehicle. Trunk capacity with batteries for e-assisst
Comfort of driver's seat with lumbar support The view from the driver's seat to the left
Exterior & interior: great looking vehicle A bench seat and a longer arm rest
Rear view camera - very clear and accurate depiction Rear back up camera should be standard for safety.
Navigation system - great graphics and clarity of direction Blind spots. large rear pillar. visibility is low
Interior comfort - seats & quiet ride - very important Tall person hits head getting in car
Styling is excellent - in & out - color combo is great Doors swing back; dont stay open
Driving dynamics - smooth & responsive during various road conditions Head rest in uncomfortable position - too far forward
The buick lacrosse looks & acts like a lexus Driving area is too small for americans
Handling in adverse conditions - car hugs the road and locks on. Seats - too big. i roll around in them; they don't hug body