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1 out of 1 people recommended this car.
by value luxury from Memphis | December 7, 2013
Previous 2012 Lacrosse owner love it but after seeing the 2014 upgrades I traded mine in. Most all the negative reviews on previous model Buick seems to have been fixed or replaced. The interior is the biggest change More comfy seats, better leather, high-res screens for console and dash. loaded with the safety features that really work well. great backup camera on 8" display, customize your driver console is cool, great Bose system. less buttons, better center console, faster hotter seat heaters. folding back seat headrest. the new coco chino color is sort of chocolate and pumpkin. heads up display is also customizable. The ride and handling is pretty much the same. Some tweaking was done. Overall if you like the 2010-13 the 2014 is 10x better and more luxurious interior. Did not see the lux leather version but the new leather version was fine with me. I never had any problems with my 2012 and expect the same reliability with my new Lacrosse. For the value you get a big bang for the buck. and if you need more than 0-60 in 7.7 secs and that's a down side on a sedan. Then what can I say.
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