Buick on Monday introduced its refreshed 2014 LaCrosse sedan showcasing new front and rear fascia, a larger and much more putting grille, new LED wraparound tail lights together having a new inside with a large amount additional ease seats.
2014 Buick LaCrosse’s inside, new seats, up to date supplies in addition to a redesigned center console generate a more luxurious atmosphere. Gone could be the overdose of compact, black plastic buttons that confused many drivers; within their spot is often a well-organized center stack that has a minimal amount of buttons. The setup looks far simpler to utilize at a glance. Complaints with regards to the last LaCrosse’s button layout have been apparently heard and addressed – the new radio, for instance, has just seven buttons in contrast towards the final one’s 17.
Outside, the 2014 Buick LaCrosse gets new front and rear fascias, complete with wing-shaped LED daytime working lights and LED taillamps that wrap for the car’s sides. The familiar waterfall grille is back, that has a slightly bolder form, and it looks like the hood’s “portholes” are already moved above a few inches in contrast to your 2013 LaCrosse.
Buick also is giving many LaCrosse to start with safety capabilities including forward collision alert, adaptive cruise manage and collision mitigation braking which can apply emergency brakes for that driver.
Pricing for the 2014 Buick LaCrosse hasn’t been released. A 2013 front-wheel drive LaCrosse starts at $32,555 and also a 2013 all-wheel drive at $36,930.
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