The 2019 Buick LaCrosse adds two new exterior colors: Carrageen Metallic and Pewter Metallic. We’ve already shown you Carrageen, so here’s a first look at the new Pewter hue.
Pewter Metallic is assigned color code GJI and touch-up paint code WA-626D. It is the one of three gray-based hues available for the 2019 Buick LaCrosse, along with Satin Steel Metallic and Quicksilver Metallic.
Pewter Metallic carries an additional charge of $395 on the 2019 Buick LaCrosse, except for the LaCrosse Avenir, in which case the color is available at no extra charge. The hue is available in conjunction with all interior color combinations and trim levels except for base LaCrosse (1SV) or Sport Touring (1SH) models.
2019 Buick LaCrosse Trim Levels:
- LaCrosse (1SV)
- Preferred (1SB)
- Sport Touring (1SH)
- Essence (1sL)
- Premium (1SP)
- Avenir (1sU)
2019 Buick LaCrosse Interior Color Combinations:
- Light Neutral with Dark Brown
- Brandy with Ebony
- Chestnut with Ebony
As of this writing, dealers are well-stocked with the 2019 Buick LaCrosse, since it has been assembled at the GM Detroit-Hamtramck factory in Detroit, Michigan, and shipped to dealers for nearly a month. However, models coated in Pewter Metallic are either just arriving or en route to dealer lots. Availability varies by dealer, so check with yours for complete details.
About Buick LaCrosse
The Buick LaCrosse is a full-size premium sedan that slots above the compact Buick Verano and midsize Buick Regal. The current, third-generation LaCrosse was introduced for the 2017 model year. The vehicle is based on the long wheelbase variant of the GM E2 platform. The short-wheelbase variant of the same platform is shared with the sixth-generation Buick Regal and ninth-generation Chevrolet Malibu.
The 2018 model introduced several new colors and the GM 9-speed automatic transmission in place of the 2017 model's 8-speed. It also added a new standard powertrain in the form of the mild-hybrid 2.5L engine with eAssist coupled with a six-speed automatic transmission. In addition, the 2018 LaCrosse Avenir was introduced to serve as the range-topping model.
The 2019 LaCrosse introduced two new colors and a Sport Touring (1SH) trim. A refresh is expected for the 2020 model year.
The third-generation LaCrosse is built at the following plants:
- GM Detroit Hamtramck factory operated by GM USA supplying North America
- Jinqiao South factory operated by Shanghai GM supplying China
In November 2018, General Motors announced that it will discontinue the Buick LaCrosse in the United States market, a move that will result in the idling of the Detroit-Hamtramck plant where it's built. The vehicle will remain available in China.