2011 Buick Lacrosse Features

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The level of equipment—and for that matter, the feel of the 2011 Buick LaCrosse—varies greatly with the trim level. Base CX models don't feel any more extravagant than a mid-range Chevy (albeit with somewhat more stylish design). But the CLX AWD and CXS models can feel like entry-level Cadillacs.

The LaCrosse offers a great combination of value packages from the entry-luxury sector, including a range of high-tech features and quality interior design and materials. All LaCrosses except the base CX feature hands-free Bluetooth phone connectivity, remote start, eight-way adjustable seating, and dual-zone climate control.

A new high-resolution digital center instrument panel screen is also available, as is a Heads-up Display (HUD), pushing the LaCrosse's feature set into the high-tech realm. A 40-gigabyte hard-drive-based navigation and entertainment system can also be fitted. The LaCrosse CXL and CXS get a standard Harman Kardon sound system that sounds pretty great no matter what the music.

Serious luxury-car comforts as well as high-tech conveniences are available, but they all drive the price of the 2011 LaCrosse well into true luxury-car territory.

Wheel configurations are one of those key differences; they range from standard 17-inch steel wheels with plastic covers in the base CX up to large 18- and 19-inch machined, painted, or chrome-plated alloys. 

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