2019 Buick LaCrosse consumer reviews

$29,570 starting MSRP
side view of 2019 LaCrosse Buick
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 5.0
  • Interior design 4.9
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.9
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Superlative Value

Lucky for me that no one wants a sedan nowadays. I like sedans and I got an awesome deal on an auto that meets all my needs: comfort, quiet, roomy, efficient, classy. The eAssist 4 cylinder has plenty of power and I averaged 38 mpg on the highway. Buick quality is top-tier.


Good balance of comfort and performance.

V6 has smooth power delivery. 9 speed transmission is smooth. AWD is great for South Dakota winter driving. Quiet cabin while driving 80mph on the Interstate. Some creaks and rattles when you hit pot holes.


Very well designed and built

We were looking for an all wheel drive vehicle that was larger than our Buick Regal GS. Car is very comfortable performs and handles well. Love the exterior styling. People look twice thinking it’s a European sedan


Smooth Sailing

This is the 3rd Buick I have had including a 1995 that was replaced by a 2013 LaCrosse which I just replaced with a 2019. The cars are stylish inside & out. The last two Buicks have a very attractive interior & the instrument panel is very easy to use particularly on the 2019. The ride & interior room is very comfortable whether you are a smaller woman or a large man. The ride I find is smooth but not mushy with quick response.Love all the safety features


Buick Lacrosse Avenir AWD is a fantastic car!

We recently replaced my wife's car with a 2019 Buick Lacrosse AWD in the Avenir trim line and it has proven to be a great car. The must-haves were AWD, ventilated seats and enough room. This resulted in cross-shopping a LOT of different brands and vehicles that normally would not be compared. I was leaning toward a one of the big 3 Japan makers but she wanted to give Buick a chance. In the end we found this specific car listed in Auto Trader at a local dealership. It checked all the boxes and had more than enough high-end features to satisfy without having to make the large price leap to Cadillac. The ebony and chestnut interior is fabulous and the interior is made of high-quality materials. GM interiors have had a long reputation for cheap materials but not this one. True the lower door pocket panels are hard plastic but virtually everything you actually see and feel while driving is great. The switch gear all has a good feel and the controls are pretty intuitive. Even the shifter that has gotten some flack in some reviews is actually easy to get used to. The power and power delivery from the 310 hp 3.6L V6 and 9 speed transmission is great. The only small issue is some lag after stomping on the gas at speed. But once the power comes on it comes on hard and the overall throttle response is great. The brake pedal and feel is fantastic - smooth and linear with no gabbiness. The performance is really impressive especially for a full size sedan. The engine auto-shutoff is not intrusive but it cannot be disabled. The handling with the 20" wheels and adaptive suspension is incredibly impressive. Sport mode adds some weight to the steering and firms up the ride a bit. I was surprised by the extremely good predicted reliability rating that the Lacrosse had (higher than the Toyota Avalon) so that eases my mind about going with this particular GM product. Yes, this car, with every possible option on it in the Avenir trim, gets perilously close to the price of some offerings from the luxury brands but I don't care. It has AWD and most of the others don't offer it.


Excellent vehicle.

Complete in all respects, technology. comfort, style, ratings, gas mileage, engine horsepower and torque. Excellent value for the money. The only problem is they're not making them anymore.


Wow, lots of features!

Quiet, comfortable cruiser does very well performance wise as well. Lots of power when you need/want it, and handles well on top of that. Interior is a useful tan/brown - found out about this color combo with last vehicle. Doesn't show dirt; handy in those parts of the country with dust or dirt. A myriad of safety features on our car to include a parking feature we've never used!


A "John Thomas" automobile!

It's a shame Buick is no longer building this car. It is light years ahead of cars built just six years ago. China will continue to have this model thanks to Buick's popularity there. The closest to this car is the Chevrolet Impala.


The most reliable car I’ve ever had

This car meets my every need and it fits my every desire as well and I’m truly in love with this car, I would not trade it in for any other car I the world


Very Stylish

The ride of this car is great and the styling is superb. The performance couldn't be better. The accessories are great and the interior is super comfortable.