Buick LaCrosse 2017 is a mid-size luxury car produced and marketed by Buick since 2004. 2017 Buick LaCrosse is now the third generation of grooved over Buick Regal as the brand’s flagship. The first-generation Buick LaCrosse has been located in Century and Regal in North America since the 2005 model year and has started to serve as a mid-sized car. In 2010, the LaCrosse has been completely redesigned and moved into a luxurious luxury sedan. The model has been redesigned for 2017 again.
At the end of 2004, LaCrosse was introduced as a 2005 model, taking the place of Century and Buick Regal. Buick LaCrosse, initially based on a glazed version of the W body known as the MS2000, was available with two powerhouse options at three trim levels: 3.8 L 3800 Series III V6, base CX and medium CXL forms and 3.6 L HFV6 V6 in the upper line CXS model. The power is routed through the front wheels via the 4T65-E automatic transmission (4T65-E HD in the superchargers).
His name was borrowed from the Buick concept car shown in 2000 and related to lacrosse sports. LaCrosse was originally sold in Canada as the Buick Allure, because “crosse” is a crude word meaning “robbery”, “deceit” or “masturbation”, depending on Quebec’s French context.
Buick LaCrosse became the first SULEV compliant car in 2006, along with all other GM vehicles powered by the 3.8L V6. The final first-generation LaCrosse was produced on December 23, 2008. Buick LaCrosse received a facelift in 2008. The front end design of the car was based on the Buick Velocity concept, which was later used by the Chinese LaCrosse.
All trim levels, in addition to standard equipment, received a chrome outline package, factory remote start capability, XM Satellite Radio, telescopic steering column, spare steering controls and dual zone climate control. The CX has a leather-covered steering wheel, anti-theft deterrent system, illuminated makeup mirrors, driver information center personalization and more.
The third-generation Buick LaCrosse is on display at the 2017 LA Auto Show as the 2017 model. The brand-new LaCrosse shared its lightweight P2XX platform with the 2018 Chevrolet Impala and reduced its weight by about 300 pounds (136 kilograms) despite the slight increase in weight and width. The car is powered by a GM Small Petrol Engine and GM Ecotec engine in China and a Fourth Generation GM High-Performance Engine in North America for tax credit purposes.
The new LaCross is the first model to use Buick’s new design theme, which was previously previewed in the Buick Avenir concept. The 1954 Buick has a winged waterfall grid inspired by the Wildcat II concept and a tricolored Trishield emblem. China’s sales began on March 18, 2016. Later in the year, it continues with sales in the US and Canada.
Buick LaCrosse 2017 : Features
The 2010 Buick LaCrosse CXS is the first North American automobile to include a front suspension design marketed as HiPer Strut, designed to improve ride and handling and reduce torque steering. The Buick LaCrosse CXS includes a system marketed as Real Time Damping, which adjusts the damping forces of shocks and supports for better driving and handling.
There was no built-in luggage opening mechanism for 2010, 2012 and 2013 models. The baggage could only be accessed using a key fob (Remote Keyless Entry) or a touch sensor between the boot lid and the license plate. The 2011 model added a remote release button to the left of the steering wheel on the instrument panel. The 2014 model returned the luggage release button to LaCrosse, but it was placed in the driver’s door. For 2017, 2017 LaCrosse model has added a new Sport Touring Edition with unique 18 “aluminum black pocket wheels and rear lip spoilers.
Buick LaCrosse 2017 : Engine
The 2.4-liter Ecotec replaced the 3.0 V6 with a four-cylinder version in the first quarter of 2010 as a standard engine in the CX model. The 3.6L V6, CX, and front-wheel drive CXL are standard in CXS and the standard continues to be an option and the four-wheel drive CXL.
Buick LaCrosse 2017 : Safety
LaCrosse received a Good Overall score in the Insurance Institute for Frontal Collision Accident test of Motorway Safety and Marginal overall rating in Adverse Effect Test. The injury measurements for the side effect crash test include a weak mark for the body of the driver and a marginal score for the pelvis and leg of the driver. Side airbags are limited to certain type for front and rear rows body type side airbag not available.
The 2007 models also have one of five stars in the National Road Traffic Safety Management side effect crash test. IIHS discovered that the 2006-08 model year Buick LaCrosse 2017 MPG had the second highest death rate in the big four-door car class. Only Buick Lucerne was worse.