2013 Buick LaCrosse Sedan Premium I Group 4dr Sedan AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
I purchased vehicle used (14K) and have driven it 28K during the past three years. At 40K, there have been no maintenance issues whatsoever, and the vehicle drives as smooth as silk, with excellent acceleration, handling, and a very comfortable and quiet ride. Materials are top notch, and many of my neighbors who drive foreign cars have expressed their admiration for the interior and exterior design of my LaCrosse. Safety ratings are in the top 2% of vehicles, which is a primary reason for my purchase. The HUD (Heads Up Display) is exceptionally well designed and keeps my eyes focused on the road and not in the cockpit. Active articulated headlights provide superior visibility along the visual line of site, and the radar for parking and lane change is great for enhancing safety. Cabin is spacious, especially with legroom. Open-through from trunk and fold down rear seats provides great cargo space. Highly recommend the LaCrosse, although the price point of newer models is out of my price range. As a 1-year old used vehicle with low mileage, I walked away with an extraordinary value.
2013 Buick LaCrosse Sedan Leather Group 4dr Sedan AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
The 2013 Lacrosse is a clean, quiet and comfortable ride with which I'm generally quite pleased. Agree with the Edmunds review about the relatively small truck space and limited rear visibility, but the latter arises from having to fit the rear-view camera into the design. And speaking of design, be advised that there is virtually no place to store anything, and the storage spaces that do exist are undersized. Just a poor piece of human engineering. I've actually had to buy a Rubbermaid front seat organizer, which is absurd. Also absurd is the hump in the middle of the back-seat floor, which serves no useful mechanical purpose; why is it there?