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In recent years, Buick has become a name to recognize in the luxury class, and the new 2010 Buick LaCrosse has allowed Buick to compete with some of the most respected names in the industry. While most individuals looking for a luxury sports sedan are finding themselves at dealerships test-driving a Lexus ES 350 or a Cadillac CTS, people who are looking for the same quality, but at a lesser price, are considering the LaCrosse as a possible purchase.
One of the features that Buick has been recently praised for is its QuietTuning technology, a process that reduces the noise in the interior cabin. Consumers proclaim that the Buick is quite possibly the quietest luxury sedan on the market today. The automaker has a variety of different techniques to reduce the sound such as thicker windows and more insulation than an average luxury sedan.
In order to get in touch with the “inner-driver”, Buick has started to tap into personalization on a much broader level than just the average car seat position. Different systems such as “climate and air quality, comfort and convenience, language, lighting” and more are among the many different options you can personalize in your Buick LaCrosse.
But if that doesn’t seal the deal, the price will. While competitors start similar luxury vehicles in the mid 30 thousand dollar bracket, the Buick Lacrosse starts at a very affordable $26,245; a truly astonishing price for what you get. Furthermore, along with the cheaper price comes cheaper auto insurance premiums due to its cost and engine size.