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2006 Buick LaCrosse OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Janice
Janice
Kettering, Ohio
4.0
Nice and smooth Buick Lacrosse
What I like most about my car is how smooth it feels on the road when I drive. It does not feel as if I am bumping continuously like I did with my old car. While the look of the outside of the car is a little older than I would like, I do appreciate how the interior of the car looks. The leather seats are really nice and practical since they are easy to clean. The electronic components of the car are pretty nice. I especially like that the car gives me an estimate on how many more miles I can drive before I need to get more gas. The car also has rear sensors that let me know if there is something behind me as I am backing up. I do wish the car has tire pressure sensors. That is something that I miss from my old car. The gas mileage of the car is about average. It's better than my last car but not the best it could be. The car generally feels very comfortable since I can easily adjust my seat in several ways. I can make the seat higher which is nice because I am short. Sometimes my dad needs to borrow the car so that makes the seat adjustment even better since he is taller than me and doesn't need the seat to be as high. Overall, the car sounds really nice when it runs and is very smooth. The brakes work perfectly and are very response. It gets me where I need to go with no issues and I'm not too picky about things otherwise. The only thing that really bothers me is how hard I have to press on the gas pedal in order to get the car moving.
Monica C.
Monica C.
Warsaw, Indiana
4.0
Affordable Sticker Price, Higher Insurance Cost
When I originally bought this car, I was looking for something in a specific price range ($10,000 - $12,000) that wasn't too old and didn't have tons of miles. My Cobalt fit that bill. It has been a reliable vehicle thus far (I have owned it about four years). The only major expense that I've had is replacing the breaks, something that everyone will have to do if they keep a car for long enough. I was recently contacted by Chevy and informed about a recall on my vehicle involving a potentially faulty ignition switch. I haven't personally had any problems with my ignition, but I intend to take my car in as soon as possible to make sure that I am not injured, since apparently other people have been.