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Pros: The smooth ride, styling
Cons: seat to close to door to reach power seat controls
Advice: Buy it and you won't be sorryBuick has done their homework, excellent car , comfortable, ride is sweet and quiet, good performance. Great value for a good price, I have road tested the Honda Accord V-6 EX with leather, and the XLE Camray both don't compare to this car, like apples and oranges . The buick is superior over both Honda & Toyota. and cheaper. Great car to own really gets looks and comments.
Pros: The remote start and XM radio
Cons: A sunroof that doesn't retract into the roof
Advice: Buy it!All I can say is I get a lot of complement's on my black on black Buick Lacrosse. I've had people walk up and tell me how they like it. I have the CXL loaded with all the option's (interior & exterior) and we love it! I'm glad I made this purchase.We are also glad that we got more automobile for the money compared to the compatition. I also can say that Buick rank's second in quality only to Lexus! And for LESS money.PLUS I'm getting 30 mpg on the hi-way at 70 mph with the 3800/v-6!I don't think you could get better fuel economy than that.
Pros: The Car
Cons: Waiting to pick it up.
Advice: Buick quality with a definite feeling of quiet and safety. Buy one and ENJOY!Though the LaCrosse CXL will not win in a high-speed Police chase on a curve-laden road, it contains all the attributes of Buick quality. After our test drive, we found the Power Plant and Drive Train to be far better than in most reviews we've seen and read. The Steering and Braking seem to be all that we will need to adjust to. Overall, we're VERY happy with our choice.
Pros: Remote starter.
Cons: lack of navigation system
Advice: It's a great car at a great valueAfter owning BMWs for the past 12 years we decided to test drive a few American cars that scored well in reliablity surveys: Cadillac and Buick. The RWD on the Cadillac CTS was a turnoff because of winter weather. We prefer FWD. The LaCrosse was slightly quieter than the Cadillac, and the price was much less than the Mercedes and the BMW. It's a great car and for the money you get a lot.
Pros: Heated seats and 6 CD player.
Advice: Take plenty of time driving, on Interstates and city.Power Steering has Excessive Resistance. Transmission up shifts to soon, engine labors up hills. Very quiet on the road. Surprised at weight ratio of 63/37. Excellent road lighting.