2011 LaCrosse Owner Reviews (5)
BEST CAR EVER OWNED
john100757 Apr 25, 2011
I purchased a 2011 Buick LaCrosse CXS. I LOVE everything about this car! The styling is sharp, the handling is supurb, the interior and the leather seats are so comfortable. The V6 engine is totally responsive and I averaged 26 mpg on a roadtrip I took over the weekend. So far, I do not have one complaint about this vehicle. The ride is butter smooth, but not wallowly like the Buick of old. Completely responsive steering. This car outshines Lexus, Mercedes, Toyota or any other car in its class.
dmb1948 Jan 04, 2011
Buick shows great promise!
caprese00 Nov 30, 2010
After being very happy with my previous car, a 2008 Cadillac CTS (which was my first American car in many years), I decided to test drive the LaCrosse. Engineers did a great job in making the car both smooth, quiet, and comfortable while still having sharp handling with no traditional Buick "wallow". The quality of the leather seats are superb, along with the feel of most controls. The "high feature" 3.6 V6 is very refined with more than adequate power. One question for Buick: Why no inside trunk release?
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Review of 2011 Buick LaCrosse
phieus Jul 29, 2010
A Buick? Yes, a Buick. So, I test drove the Lacrosse, fell in love and ordered one on the spot. I had to wait a while for it to be delivered but so far I am very happy with my CXS. Check that, I am in love with my Lacrosse. The perforated leather is soft and supple, the seats are extremely comfortable, it handles well but the 19-inch tires are not as quiet as would I have liked. The fit and finish is excellent although not quite as refined as my Avalon. Overall, a great car and the only complaint I have so far is that I cannot get the memory seat to work. I read on Edmunds that this is a design flaw and GM has not found a fix for it. What I like most: 19-inch wheels and touring package XM/Sirius radio, back-up camera, Navigation and 384-watt Harman Kardon Stereo system. The touring package really transforms the car from a sedate luxo sedan into, should I say, sports sedan. Dislikes: The A and B pillars obstruct vision and the high rear end make parallel parking a chore. Thanks to the back-up camera some parking maneuvers are easier to negotiate.
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