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A Look at the Luxury of the 2014 Buick LaCrosse

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Buick is a brand that is defined by luxury, and the automaker is looking to take it a step further with its 2014 lineup, including the newly-updated LaCrosse.  So how does Buick intend to improve upon a year that saw the 2013 LaCrosse named both Consumers Digest and Consumer Guide Automotive’s Best Buy and Buick on the whole named Best Value Luxury Brand by Kelley Blue Book?   By packing the 2014 LaCrosse full with more luxury options to appease even the pickiest of consumers.

2014 Buick LaCrosse

2014 Buick LaCrosse revealed at the New York Auto Show

The 2014 Buick LaCrosse comes with two available Premium groups to enhance with luxury options to a base model that is already receiving its fair share of positive reviews and first test feedback.  Starting at $39,735 MSRP, the Premium I Group LaCrosse comes fitted with ventilated driver and front passenger seats for an overall cooler drive, HiPer Strut front Suspension for better steering and less bumps, Sport Mode Selectivity, heated steering, real-time damping for better “road reading” and response, and Bose® Centerpoint®5.1 Surround Sound Premium 11-speaker system to deliver the finest in audio quality.

For a little bit more at $40,280 MSRP, the 2014 Buick LaCrosse can be fitted with the Premium II Group which subs out the Premium I Group’s 19” chrome aluminum wheels for 20” machine-faced Silver painted aluminum wheels.  This package also includes Buick IntelliLink infotainment system and 8” color touchscreen, which provides Buick drivers with easy access to news, maps, weather, music, and all the things that drive them.

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From there, with the necessary addition of a $1,195 power sunroof and for an additional $2,495, LaCrosse drivers can add an Ultra Luxury Package, which includes:

  • Sangria Semi-Aniline perforated leather seating
  • Real wood on instrument panel, door inserts and console, and leather-wrapped center console and door armrests
  • Heated leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • MicroSuede headliner, pillars and vanity mirrors

With all of these available features and those that come standard, the 2014 Buick LaCrosse is poised to not simply carry on its predecessor’s legacy of luxury: it looks to improve upon it considerably.

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