Buick Lacrosse

Buick Lacrosse

If you are thinking about getting into a new Buick this year, know that Buick cars are not just for Grandpa anymore. They are a viable car that just about anybody can get into, but the company has geared much of their marketing toward those of the younger, sportier generation and this has given birth to a car called the Buick Lacrosse.

If you have not yet heard of the Buick Lacrosse, you might have seen it on the road without knowing what you are looking at. It is a sporty sedan, unlike any Buick that has ever been released that is not necessarily designed for speed and precision but it sure looks like it.

The 2007 Buick Lacrosse is the epitome of true style and elegance, all squeezed into one luxury sedan. There are several different models of the new Buick Lacrosse; they are the Buick Lacrosse CX, the Lacrosse CXL, and the Lacrosse CXS. The basic model starts out at over $20,000 but with fairly good gas mileage and a 3.8L 3800 Series III V6 engine, the 2007 Buick Lacrosse is certainly worth it.

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse

buick lacrosse


Best of all, the Buick Lacrosse is one of the safest vehicles on the road. With side-curtain air bags, the Lacrosse is designed for safety but prepared for impact, and that is an important part of any good car. It comes in ten colors, from a deep fuchsia red to white, gray, and black and the interior is nearly as impeccable as the exterior if not even more impressive. In addition, each and every 2007 Buick Lacrosse is packed with other features, including ABS and even traction control, a feature that makes it perfect for those who live in the northern regions of the United States where it is cold and slippery.

The 2007 Buick Lacrosse is equipped with everything you need for as enjoyable a ride as you can possibly get. With dual one climate control options, power and heated front seats, Onstar and even XM Satellite Radio, there are few things that could beat the new 2007 Buick Lacrosse.

Now, if it is space that is your concern the 2007 Buick Lacrosse is just as room as ever, and just as roomy and spacious as any other type of luxury Buick out there on the market today. There is plenty of seating for five people in the Lacrosse, six people if you make use of the bench that comes in the car to accommodate extra people.

According to Consumer Guide Automotive, the rear seating in the Buick Lacrosse is not as comfortable as it could be, and not nearly as comfortable as the front seats of the vehicle. It doesn't handle as well s it should, but the ride is rather comfortable and smooth and the instruments and controls are easy to use and easily accessible as well, falling on the PROS side of the list of Pros and Cons. They are lit up easily in the night and most of them are easily reached from the driver's side, grouped right in the middle of the dash.

It takes off rather quickly but has a bit of a difficult time accelerating from cruising speed to highway speed, although this is certainly improved in the V6 model of the vehicle. Buicks are not really meant to be race cars, after all and if you are looking for a good way to incorporate style and function into a sportier version of an old favorite, the Buick Lacrosse is a great option for you.

If you are one of those people who are big on extras and special features, the 2007 Buick Lacrosse is jam packed full of those extra features you love. Rear obstacle detection, a sunroof, a spoiler, and even remote engine start with the touch of a button is available as well, something that is a great addition for those who live in colder areas and like to warm up their cars in the morning before going to work.