Whether it deserves the title or not, the 2010 Buick LaCrosse, with its brash new styling, fresh hardware and European bona fides, is the first "new Buick" of the "new GM." Shame about that whole old-folks image thing.
Rather than announce a 2010 Buick LaCrosse Super, GM's announced they intend to sell a miserly version of Buick's new hotness with a 182 HP version of their Ecotec four-cylinder. Malaise II-era anyone?
The 2010 Buick LaCrosse is the first entry from the tri-shield brand since the super sleeper Regal GSE that's got our attention. Even better, the price for the new hotness is just $27,835.
The 2010 Buick LaCrosse isn't your Grandfather's Buick. Defying conventional wisdom, this Buick sedan sports slick styling, a classy interior and hardware that'll make even the most jaded buyer take a look.
The 2010 Buick LaCrosse is on its way and these latest spy shots of a mostly uncovered Lacrosse show it could be just the car Buick needs.
Customers interested in buying something new from the Buick brand have been left high and dry since the release of the Enclave CUV in early 2007. They won't have to wait much longer. While we've seen it fairly un-covered and we've already seen a little tease, our sources tell us these renderings we've commissioned…
The battle of big American quasi-luxury sedans is heating up as the 2010 Buick LaCrosse nears production. Although this is our best set of spy photos yet, it's still rather silly as the Buick Invicta concept essentially previewed what's hiding under the camo here. As you can see, Buick is taking dead aim at the …