2007 Buick LaCrosse Overview

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CX
Avg. Price: $9,366
CXL
Avg. Price: $10,375
CXS
Avg. Price: $10,338

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Average User Score

4.75 stars

Based on 3 reviews

My 2007 Buick Lacrosse Cxs by Brendan
 — Car gets great gas mileage, has 240hp and looks great. I purchased this car to replace a Lincoln LS, this car is 10 times the car that the Lincoln was. Very nice looking, soft leather, sunroof, X... Read More
Relaiable, Dependable And A Little Style by jrs2276
 — I love the leather interior, heated seats, and power motor. GM gets a bad rep from most people but they go for over 100,000 miles without a issue. Just do oil changes and regular maintenance and the ... Read More
Good Overall. by Hans
 — A solid sedan from Buick, but I'd highly suggest the 3.6L engine, as the 3800 is unrefined and underpowered. Read More

2007 Buick LaCrosse Overview

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2007 Buick LaCrosse

This mid-size sedan took over where the Buick Regal and Century left off.  The 2007 Buick LaCrosse comes in three trims -- CX, CXL, and CXS.  It wasn't changed much this year, having only been introduced in 2005.  Some tweaks to the gauges, updated wood trim, and a now-standard tire pressure monitor are the major upgrades.  
A solid family car, the 2007 LaCrosse comes with a 3.8-liter, 200-hp V6 in both the CX and CXL.  A newer and stronger 3.6-liter, DOHC V6 hits 240-hp in the CXS.  All models come standard with a 4-speed electronically controlled auto tran.  Well-tricked out, the LaCrosse offers a sturdier suspension, heavy-duty steel body parts, and more insulation to reduce road and engine noise, providing a quiet, comfortable ride.  Base features are fairly extensive, including ABS brakes, traction, dual front and side impact airbags, OnStar, keyless entry, remote start, power driver's seat, and air conditioning.  As you move up, you also get leather seats, dual zone climate control and a split-folding rear seat with  fold-down armrest.  The CXS goes for optimal handling and performance, with bigger anti-sway bars and 17-inch tires.  
The five-person sedan can also fit six if you get the optional bench seat for the front row.  This features a center-folding backrest that doubles as an armrest or console.  Though not a head-turner in terms of style, the 2007 LaCrosse offers a bit of luxury and practicality for the everyday commuter or family toter.  Highlights include responsive handling, precise turning, a smooth and quiet ride, and good acceleration with the 3.6 engine.

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I Have A 2007 Lacrosse And The Gauges For The Speed, Tire Pressure And Gas ...

I am looking for some advice before i take it back to the shop

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When Should I Replace Brake Shoes

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Brake Shoes

When do I replace brake shoes

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Wipers Inoperate On 2007 Buick Lacrose

all fuses are good it makes no noise and wipers do not move

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Owen Bickford
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2007 Buick Lacrosse Will Not Restart After Shutting It Off To Add Fuel.

could this be a fuel pump.

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