2010 Buick LaCrosse CX: Cloth in a Premium Car?


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To get leather, shoppers will have to look at the six-cylinder CXL trim level for $29,645; six-cylinder CX versions come with cloth standard at $27,085. For the additional $3,400 it costs to jump from the base CX to the CXL, you also get a six-cylinder engine, heated seats, dual climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, fog lamps, remote start and more. For four-cylinder Buick fans looking for leather, they’ll have to try out the smaller 2011 Regal.

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