Used 2017 Buick LaCrosse Pricing


List Price $38,665 - $38,665
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2017 Highlights

The Buick LaCrosse is completely redesigned for 2017. Highlights include a higher-quality interior, a bigger trunk, new features, and significantly improved ride and handling.
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Pros

  • Comfortable and composed ride on rough roads
  • Interior is genuinely luxurious and very quiet at highway speeds
  • Surprisingly adept at going around turns
  • Good fuel economy from a strong V6 engine

Cons

  • Eyebrow-raising price jump from base trim level to Preferred
  • Lane keeping assist ricochets the car between lane markers
  • Engine start-stop system cannot be turned off
  • Low-mounted seats may create compromised driving and seating positions

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Used 2017 Buick LaCrosse for Sale

Buick LaCrosse 2017 Premium 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Summit White Ebony w/Ebony Interior Accents leather16,011 miles
Used 2017Buick LaCrossePremium
List:$23,895
Est.Loan: $435/mo
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Recent Arrival! CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. White 2017 Buick LaCrosse Premium I Group FWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.6L V6 DI 31/21 Highway/City MPG 21/31mpg Awards: * 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick with optional front crash prevention Reviews: * Comfortable and composed ride on rough roads; interior genuinely luxurious and very quiet at highway speeds; surprisingly adept at going around turns; good fuel economy from a strong V6 engine. Source: Edmunds We have been serving our community for the last 61 years and it is our pleasure serve you. * 5 Days Exchange Used Car Policy: It is our pleasure to offer you the assurance of within the first 5 days and 200 miles or less from the date of purchase an exchange policy simply states that if you are not completely satisfied with your vehicle purchase, bring it back to us for a full credit towards the exchange of any used vehicle we have in stock, no questions asked! ** We make every effort to provide accurate information, please verify options, Color and price before purchasing. **All prices do not include registering state TAX, Title, License and a $699 processing fee **

Buick LaCrosse 2017 Essence 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Quicksilver Metallic Ebony w/Ebony Interior Accents leather11,124 miles
Used 2017Buick LaCrosseEssence
List:$23,888
Est.Loan: $435/mo
Sport Chevrolet(5)
29.1 mi away
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$300 Below Market
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**BLUE TOOTH**, **USB PORTS**, **BACKUP CAMERA**. New Price! 2017 Buick LaCrosse Essence 8-Speed Automatic Quicksilver Metallic FWD 3.6L V6 DIBuick Certified Pre-Owned Details: * Warranty Deductible: $0 * Vehicle History * 172 Point Inspection * Transferable Warranty * 24 months/24,000 miles (whichever comes first) CPO Scheduled Maintenance Plan and 3 days/150 miles (whichever comes first) Vehicle Exchange Program * Powertrain Limited Warranty: 72 Month/100,000 Mile (whichever comes first) from original in-service date * Roadside Assistance * Limited Warranty: 12 Month/12,000 Mile (whichever comes first) from certified purchase dateWelcome to Sport Chevrolet in Silver Spring - Your Preferred Baltimore, Washington D.C. & Rockville Chevrolet Dealer Alternative. Call us at 1.240.293.4102 or visit us on the web at www.sportchevrolet.com.

Buick LaCrosse 2017 Essence 4dr Sedan (3.6L 6cyl 8A) Black Onyx Light Neutral Seats w/Dark Brown Interior Accents leather20,298 miles
Used 2017Buick LaCrosseEssence
List:$22,499
Est.Loan: $410/mo
Car America(0)
35.2 mi away
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$300 Below Market
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PURE PRICE PROMISE: NO ADDS, NO BUMPS. THE PRICE IS THE PRICE ! Black 2017 Buick LaCrosse Essence FWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.6L V6 DI ***HABLO ESPANOL***HABLO ESPANOL***HABLO ESPANOL***, **CLEAN HISTORY REPORT**ONE OWNER***, ***LEATHER**HEATED SEATS**PUSH START**ON START**BACK UP CAMERA**ALLOY WHEELS**MEMORY SEATS**BACK UP SENSORS***MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE**UNDER FACTORY WARRANTY**. Recent Arrival! 31/21 Highway/City MPG Awards: * 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick with optional front crash prevention We want to make your vehicle purchase experience easy and hassle free. Our automotive group has been providing our community and the surrounding area with exceptional value and service for over fifty years. The Pure Price is among the most competitive offerings on the internet and does not include state taxes, state tags, mva fees and dealer processing fee of two hundred ninety nine dollars not required by law. No matter what your credit situation is we can help. We have local bank and credit union financing available as well as buy here pay here financing. Give us a call and let one of our credit specialist assist you with your transportation needs. When other dealers have turned you away, we refuses no one. Reviews: * Comfortable and composed ride on rough roads; interior genuinely luxurious and very quiet at highway speeds; surprisingly adept at going around turns; good fuel economy from a strong V6 engine. Source: Edmunds

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Safety

Our experts like the LaCrosse models:

Side Blind Zone Alert

A light illuminates on the outside mirror if a vehicle is detected in the LaCrosse's right- or left-side blind zone.
Automatic Park Assist

Sensors can detect an open parallel or perpendicular parking space and automatically guide the LaCrosse into it.
Front Automatic Braking

If a forward collision is deemed imminent, the LaCrosse can automatically apply brakes to avoid or lessen the impact.

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Good value for retired folks
Being retired, I was looking for a quite comfortable roomy car with easy to use controls and lots of safety features for my wife and me to use for travel. The Lacrosse fit the bill. I was impressed with all the safety features (love the heads up display) and the ease of use of the entertainment and navigation systems. Most luxury cars don't have touch screens, which to me was a distraction. The simpler the better. The trunk on the Lacrosse is huge so no problems getting luggage stowed. On the road the Lacrosse is very quiet and comfortable with plenty of power when you need it. I was impressed with the overall mileage on the first fill up at 29.4 mpg with a 200 mile trip to PA and the rest mixed driving. Some things I found troubling was there was no sunglass holder in the overhead (can use the space under the shifter, but still...), the visibility is not as good as I would have liked out the front when making turns and parking, and the transmission hunts a bit at low speed going up twisty hills (can shift into manual to smooth out). People complain about the electronic shifter, but I found it easy to use once I got used to it. Overall I find the Lacrosse to fit my needs just fine and look forward to many miles of comfortable quite travel. After 7500 miles the Intellilink display went blank then started a reboot that took two hours. Happened twice in two weeks and took to dealer who found a bad module that would not allow for reading data. Part on order for three weeks and haven't heard back.
A great car!
I purchased a fully loaded 2017 Lacrosse with the premium trim level and couldn't be happier. I absolutely love the way it rides and handles, especially with the sport setting on. It has so many options I'm having a blast learning them all. It is by far the quietest, best riding, and best driving car I have ever owned. And I think it is the most stylish car on the market, not gaudy but sophisticated in its looks and styling. I tested a number of competitive models from Lexus, Kia, Hyundai, Nissan and Lincoln and they just didn't compare to this car. If you love to drive a luxurious, quiet yet great handling car, with plenty of power I highly recommend you take a look at the Lacrosse! Update 1/17/18 - this is truly the best car I have ever owned. Can hardly believe the mileage I get. I drove to my mothers home and back and, while I admit to taking it easy, averaged over 38 mpg for a 200 mile trip! Unreal! Loving the adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist features as they make the car a pleasure to drive. The adaptive cruise control is a real stress reducer, especially in heavy traffic. Just set it and let the car do the work. Buick has really done an outstanding job with this car.
Rides like a rock
I have a crimson red premium with the 20" wheels and tires. What a mistake. I drove the 18" version prior to getting mine and it was a floater. This one, equipped with RE97s rides like a go kart. And in sport mode it feels like you have no suspension at all. Now true, I'm a sporting sort of guy for an old geezer, but this car rides harder than a Vette or Z/28 that I've owned and its not in the same universe as my Pontiac G8 GT. At 500 miles I replaced the tires (at my expense) with Continental Extreme Contact DWS 06 and that helped a little. It still doesn't cure the issue that the suspension tuning is way off the charts. It's never still, never smooth. Going to the dealer service dept. tomorrow, but I highly doubt there's anything that can be done as it's just the way the car is. True, big wheels, but still a 40 series tire just like the 19s" on my G8. Why can the G8 ride light-years better on far more aggressive tires (RE-11s)? Other than the above, no complaints. Update: I did take the car to the very helpful dealership because GM wouldn't talk to me unless I did. Checked out 'nothing wrong' and 'to spec'' as expected. I also got a chance to drive another new one with the 20" wheels and tires with the hyper-strut and adaptive damping. It was just as bad if not worse (as it had the OEM RE-97s). I've asked the service manager to run this up the ladder with GM regional service folks to see if we can get engineering to take notice. Hard to believe that they put this car out in the captured test fleet and this wasn't noticed, especially on Detroit streets. Update at 1,300 miles. Now that I'm getting a few miles on it, the suspension isn't quite as brittle as it was before. Just got back from a 500 mile trip to the Detroit Auto Show where cruising at 80 mph up and back I got 30 mpg or just under. Detroit city streets took the edge of of the ride a bit. It's now in the range where I can tolerate it. Comfy seats for long trips and extreme quiet help. I got up there much more rested than past trips. I may end up liking this car after all.

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