2016 Buick LaCrosse Leather Group 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
The rear window is extremely small resulting in large blind spots in the rear left and rear right of the car. The rear doors have smaller windows, which are fairly high in relation to a person sitting in the back. The cabin design, the side and position of the rear windows contribute to diminished visibility and nasty blind spots.The rear-view and the side view mirrors are incredibly small, also contributing to the limited visibility. The front driver seat, while being electronically adjustable, gives a driver the feeling like they are sitting on a moving platform. It is impossible to see the front end of the car no matter how high the front seat is positioned. The car has two control clusters, both in the form of a digital screens. The instrument cluster displays your speedometer and other options controlled by the steering wheel, while the second screen is in the center of the dash for the entertainment system. The left, up, right, and down directional buttons on the right side of the steering wheel navigate through menus displayed in the instrument cluster. However, since there is no dedicated back button it is really confusing figuring out how to get out of them. The steering wheel has a very smooth feel which makes driving and parking effortless. The V6 engine seems fairly responsive and has a decent power output. However, It is paired with a transmission that sometimes gets confused in what gear it wants to shift. This is especially evident when flooring the gas pedal.
2016 Buick LaCrosse Premium I Group 4dr Sedan AWD (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
Tough choice between this AWD and Lincoln MKZ Reserve AWD but ended up with the Lincoln. Even the Buick Premium did not offer rear heated seats. The LaCrosse seemed a larger interior and more open feeling. I felt the MKZ had a slightly smoother and more comfortable ride which was the tipping factor. Both nice cars. Considerrd es350, Impala, Cadenza and Azura.