The LaCrosse has an edgy design with impressive interior and exterior features to match.
The new and improved 2018 Buick LaCrosse is now more fuel-efficient than ever before, with an EPA estimated fuel mileage of 35 mpg highway.
Buick’s flagship sedan boasts lots of interior room and a luxurious appointment of amenities.
The flagship Buick LaCrosse returns for 2016, loaded with all the features that have made this sedan a fan favorite.
Sleek, inviting, comfortable and roomy… and a hybrid electric model that gets more miles per gallon. What’s not to like about the Buick LaCrosse if you are seeking an all-around sedan to economically tackle the to and fro from work.
A mid-size entry-level luxury sedan , the updated 2014 Buick LaCrosse delivers a sound ride, comfortable interior, and precise handling, making it a well rounded vehicle.
Largely unchanged for the current model year, the 2013 Buick LaCrosse is a mid-size entry-level luxury sedan available with two different engines.
A mid-size entry-level luxury sedan, the 2012 Buick LaCrosse offers premium features and achieves up to 36 mpg.
Premiering with a massive design upgrade as a 2010 model, the Buick LaCrosse enters 2011 after a year of strong sales and popularity for the mid-sized four-door sedan.
The 2010 Buick LaCrosse, a premium mid-size sedan, has been completely redesigned for the new model year and features updated styling and new engine options.
The 2009 Buick LaCrosse is a midsize family sedan that seats five passengers, but an optional front bench seat can increase capacity to six passengers.
A new face is the first thing you notice on the 2008 Buick LaCrosse, a premium mid-size sedan with a V6 and a V8 engine to choose between.
The 2007 Buick LaCrosse is a premium mid-size sedan with seating for five passengers and is available in three trim levels each powered by V6 engines.
A premium mid-size sedan with seating for five, the 2006 Buick LaCrosse now comes standard with side-curtain airbags as part of the safety equipment.
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The LaCrosse sedan debuted in 2005 as a new beginning for the Buick brands mid-sized car. Abandoning the familiar Regal and Century nameplates, the Buick four-door was targeted to attract a younger driving crowd. For the CX and CXL models, a 3.8-liter Series III V-6 engine propelled the sedan with 200 horsepower. Additional performance from a 240-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 came standard on the LaCrosse CXS. Employing a QuietTuning approach to minimizing undesired noise, the interior included a standard six-speaker stereo system with CD player, power windows and a power driver seat. Seating inside the 2005 LaCrosse could accommodate five occupants or six passengers with the available front bench seat. Along with comfort and performance, the 2005 Buick LaCrosse strongly touted safety through four-wheel disc brakes and the availability of General Motors StabiliTrak. In 2006, anti-lock braking and side-curtain airbags were made standard equipment on all models. Bringing V-8 power to the LaCrosse, the 2008 model year featured the 300-horsepower Super trim level. A 5.3-liter V-8 engine that incorporated Active Fuel Management propelled the Buick LaCrosse Super. The V-8 powered Super would be discontinued after the 2009 LaCrosse model year coinciding with the introduction of a redesigned LaCrosse. Featuring more refined exterior styling, the 2010 Buick LaCrosse line-up featured two powerful V-6 engines, a new four-cylinder powerplant and an all-wheel drive option. The 3.0-liter V-6 was removed from availability on the sedan in 2011. For 2013, IntelliLink became standard on the LaCrosse providing occupants with hands-free calling, navigation and entertainment through a touchscreen. When Buick dropped the Lucerne after 2011, the LaCrosse has been the flagship sedan for the car make.