Buick has just announced that the 2014 LaCrosse will be priced at $34,060, including a $925 destination charge. The 2014 LaCrosse will be offered as standard with the next-generation IntelliLink connectivity, an eight-inch reconfigurable color cluster display, eight air bags and an eAssist powertrain that offers an EPA-estimated 36 highway mpg.
For $2,495, Buick offers the all-new Ultra Luxury interior package that includes the unique dark stained Tamo Ash wood throughout the cabin, jet black synthetic suede on the headliner and vanity mirrors, and Semi-Aniline full leather seats in sangria color. If you want even more, Buick offers the Driver Confidence I package for $2,125, which includes Forward Collision Alert, Side Blind Zone Warning, Lane Change Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, articulating high-intensity discharge headlights, and a head-up display.
If you are not satisfied, there is the Driver Confidence II package that costs $1,745 and must be paired with Driver Convenience I. The Driver Confidence II package includes Adaptive Cruise Control, an Automatic Collision Prep system, and a patented Safety Alert Seat that directs the driver’s attention using vibrations through the surface of the seat bottom.
LaCrosse is available with all-wheel drive on many V-6 models and traction is delivered via an advanced Haldex all-wheel drive with an electronic limited slip rear differential.
The 3.6L V-6 engine with 304 hp is offered at no costs and the 2014 LaCrosse is expected to deliver an EPA-estimated 18 city/28 mpg highway for front-wheel drive models and 17/26 mpg for all-wheel drive.
Other options include various wheel choices, Bose audio, navigation, rear seat entertainment, and a sunroof. Furthermore, additional equipment includes rear park assist, a rear vision camera, passive entry and passive start, a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated front seats, a power rear sunshade, and real-time dampening.