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2010 Buick LaCrosse CX

cars.com auto review hi I’m Joe wiesenfelder with cars.com
previously reviewed a cxs top of the line buick lacrosse sedan now what we’re
doing is we’re taking a look at the CX with a new four-cylinder engine a 2.4
liter which saves you almost a thousand dollars versus a v6 version of the same
trim level it also saves you two miles per gallon
city for highway for a total of 19 city 30 highway now we detailed the sea
access trim level i’m just going to concentrate on what’s different here
about the CX and a couple other recent observations one is the seat the class seat is more comfortable to us
than the letter C was two of our reviewers said it was a deal breaker how
much lumbar support there was in the leather seat couldn’t buy the car this isn’t the most comfortable seat in
the world but it’s definitely better than that one it’s workable another interesting thing here the way
the handle is designed here it’s kind of hard to grab when you push
the door people don’t realize this but when you push the door open usually you push and then you grab a
handle to stop it so you don’t bring the car next to you I bet you that’s going to be a problem
with the crosses I’m not going to park next to one of the main difference here
obviously is the four-cylinder engine better mileage of course now in terms of acceleration it’s modest
it’s actually quite modest for you know what most people want I think it’s workable it depends on
where you live one thing that’s really impressive to me is that it is really
quiet even when you’re accelerating hard and that’s important because it makes it
sound like the car isn’t straining and I think that sound is what turns a lot of
people off with an underpowered or modestly powered car in general though
with 17-inch wheels the car rides really nicely it’s quiet it’s comfortable it’s
not trying to be a sporty car the backseat is relatively roomie
actually pretty comfortable the front seat is all the way back my
knees aren’t even touching it there only raised a bit there’s a point worth making here and
that is if you’re shopping this is currently considered kind of a mid-sized
full-size car the lucerne is viewers full-size sedan
but it is going to be discontinued next year regardless that car is larger and just about every
dimension it’s wider more legroom headroom or everything when the lucerne
is gone this lacrosse is going to be the flagship it’s going to be the big one so
this one isn’t big enough you might want to act now another slight
disadvantage the trunk is 13 . 3 cubic feet in the
lacrosse the lucerne is 17.1 by the numbers alone that’s actually not very
big it’s more like a midsize car maybe even some compact but actually seems
bigger than the numbers suggest and you can fold the seats down that always
helps the lacrosse has been a big hit for buick having the option of a four
cylinder in addition to the two sixes will
definitely help I don’t fall prey to that on-ramp fallacy that if your cart 0
to 60 in 10 seconds instead of nine you will surely die it’s not like that I’ve lived to tell
having driven everything then again if you fill the car with
people climb a lot of hills something like that you might find this one does
not have enough power for you for more car related news go to cars.com
for our block kicking tires . net

David Frank



  1. Tyler Allen Posted on August 19, 2010 at 9:44 pm

    @kazimann that would be the regal.

  2. T K Posted on August 19, 2010 at 10:59 pm

    Nice job slowing down on that speed bump their bud. 0:22

  3. StuinthaHouse Posted on August 20, 2010 at 1:25 am

    Doesn't seem like too bad of a car. But my 97 Cavalier has more trunk space @ 13.6 cu. ft.

  4. torrid94 Posted on August 21, 2010 at 6:20 am

    The interior is very nice…

  5. Hayk Samvelyan Posted on August 25, 2010 at 8:32 am

    @geordo2001 he sounds a little flamboyant doing it 😀

  6. 2fast4all Posted on September 1, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    I got the say the interior is very nice

  7. DeadofWinter321 Posted on September 3, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    Why does it compete with the Caddy CTS? That's weird… They're both under the GM division…

  8. rsxzx6r Posted on September 26, 2010 at 9:51 pm

    @chosuriki lol….im guessing u work at mcdonalds…or live in a trailer?

  9. Steve Brant Posted on September 29, 2010 at 5:51 pm

    @DeadofWinter321 or the 'full sized' chrysler 300 for that matter. (chrysler has larger engine, dimensions, body…. everything)

  10. Zinizzle Posted on January 21, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    @DeadofWinter321 GM isn't a division, nor a subsidiary, it is the company, Buick and Cadillac are the divisions.

  11. Zinizzle Posted on January 21, 2011 at 6:02 pm

    @stevenjbrant You better have AAA on your speed dial if you buy a 300, you're going to need it! Talk about unreliable. Not saying that GM's reliability is great either, which it's not.

  12. Zinizzle Posted on January 21, 2011 at 6:03 pm

    @rsxzx6r Hahaha, or drive a junk Chevy Silverado, with a confederate flag on the back.

  13. Rolando P Posted on June 4, 2011 at 11:50 am

    I like the chrsyler 300 better but this looks nice.

  14. Rasputin Varez Posted on January 20, 2012 at 9:13 am

    Why are American cars so awful? and the names are laughable.