I own a well-optioned front-wheel drive 2018 Premium Lacrosse, and am quite happy with it. After shopping and driving several other brands, this car is clearly a bargain for the features it has. Its numerous driver conveniences are easily customized in the menus and controls. Car has lots of sound-deadening material, even in the glass laminates. I have the 18 inch tires and the car is soft riding and very quiet, yet responsive to steering. I definitely would NOT recommend the all-wheel drive or the 20 inch tires, as my test drives revealed they are considerably more noisy/ride harder. Sound system is mediocre considering the flowery descriptions in sales data, and not as good as my 2009 Impala. Graphics on the instrument cluster and info options are great. 310 H.P. V-6 has lots of power. Gets 32-34 MPG on the road at high speeds and 23 MPG in town. Seven forward speeds in the automatic transmission are very smooth. Manual shift mode is nice, and transmission downshifts automatically in manual mode, making it fun to use with the paddle shifters. Auto-engine stop is still a minor nuisance but is vastly improved over earlier designs. But no way to defeat it. Thankfully, engine will not auto-stop if A/C is on. Speed limit violation alert can be functionally defeated in menu options, which is good because the computer does not always know the correct local speed limit. Automatic lane drift correction is a well-designed feature, and reminds you to use your signals. Proximity warnings and lane change warnings are thoughtfully designed. Courtesy lights illuminate ground by each door at night. Trunk opens with the remote, or a push button on the driver door, or manually by pressing the bottom of the Buick logo. Fit and finish are very good. Car is too new to rate dependability, but I had to plug in a rating to get this review accepted. I am very happy overall with this purchase, and the courteous personnel at Wright Buick GMC in Lufkin, Texas.