The 2020 Buick Lacrosse is considered as the most traditional sedan left in the Buick brand’s lineup. Through this upcoming Lacrosse, this car offers the traditional Buick experience and in the meantime skips the barge-like experience.
This sedan offers great style, compelling options, and improvement to compete with luxury cars which are more expensive than 2020 LaCrosse. This 2020 Lacrosse is expected to compete with Chrysler 300, Kia Cadenza, Lexus ES, Nissan Maxima, and Toyota Avalon. To know more about this sedan, below are further the explanation.
2020 Buick LaCrosse Exterior and Interior Redesign
In order to give detailed information about 2020 Buick LaCrosse’s exterior and interior redesign, this car is highly expected to be vary in six different trim levels. The first one is base LaCrosse, this will come with dual-zone automatic climate control, 18-inch alloy wheels, 8-way power front leatherette seats, HID headlights, 4G LTE mobile hotspot and an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with integrated Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The second trim level is Lacrosse Preferred that will add a power tilt and telescoping wheel as well as a cargo net. The third one is Lacrosse Essence which will be added with heated and leather seats, driver-side memory seating, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and articulating headlights. The fourth is Premium trim which will contain a heated steering wheel, a heads-up display, rear cross-traffic alert, and front seats with heating, ventilation, and massage function.
The fifth is Sport Touring trim, this model will feature a black mesh grille, a rear spoiler, body-color fender vents, and 19-inch black aluminum wheels. Lastly, the sixth is top-level Avenir that will include a black mesh grille, panoramic moonroof, satellite navigation, and wireless smartphone charging.
2020 Buick LaCrosse Engine and Safety Features, Price, and Release Date
The LaCrosse will come with a 2.5-liter four cylinder eAssist mild hybrid system that generate 194 horse power and 187 lb-ft of torque, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission driving the front wheels. The mild hybrid system replaces the alternator with a motor/generator, which is able to recoup small amounts of electricity in a lithium-ion battery. The compact electric motor is used for smoother stop/start transitions.
The next gen LaCrosse received a five-star out of five stars overall safety rating from the NHTSA. From the IIHS, the LaCrosse received a front crash prevention designation of Superior as the highest rating by the IIHS, with tests performed on a LaCrosse equipped with the Driver Confidence Package.
The LaCrosse successfully avoided a collision in the 12-mph low-speed autobrake test, and in the 25-mph high-speed autobrake test, impact speed was reduced by 24 mph. Unluckily, there hasn’t been plenty information about the price and release date of 2020 Buick Lacrosse