The Buick LaCrosse exists in an interesting category of luxury vehicles, a class that places its focus on comfort, nobility, and refinement, rather than the traditional performance-oriented driving experience found in most other entry-luxury offerings such as the Cadillac ATS.
And it just so happens that the sales leader (by volume) of the non-performance midsize luxury class is the benevolent Lexus ES — a car that, for all intents and purposes, created the non-performance midsize luxury class. Both the LaCrosse and ES have their merits, and both have their faults — in what are oftentimes different areas. The LaCrosse has been out, in its current second-generation form, since 2010 — while Lexus just unleashed the all-new ES on the market, a car that we first heard would put the LaCrosse to shame.
So with that we ask you — which would you rather purchase, and drive — the Lexus ES, or the Buick LaCrosse? Cast your vote in the poll below, then sound off in the comments.