The Buick LaCrosse has been touched-up for the 2014 model year inside and out, and appears to be more premium than ever. And the new MSRP reflects that, inflating to $34,060, including a $925 destination charge. Standard equipment includes next-generation IntelliLink connectivity, an eight-inch reconfigurable color cluster display, eight air bags and an eAssist powertrain that offers an EPA-estimated 36 highway mpg — while a 304 hp V6 powertrain continues to be a no-cost option. The new MSRP of the LaCrosse is a $2,400 bump from the outgoing model, which came in at $31,660.
The 2014 LaCrosse also adds a new Ultra Luxury interior package. The package includes a unique dark stained Tamo Ash wood throughout the cabin, jet black synthetic suede on the headliner and vanity mirrors, and Semi-Aniline full leather seats in sangria color. It is available on select trim levels as a $2,495 option.
Other options will include the Driver Confidence I package, which consists of Forward Collision Alert, Side Blind Zone Warning, Lane Change Alert, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, articulating high-intensity discharge headlights, and a Heads-Up Display for $2,125. For another $1,745 on top of that, the Driver Confidence II package adds Adaptive Cruise Control, an Automatic Collision Prep system, and Safety Alert Seat.
Every 2014 LaCrosse comes standard with two years or 24,000 miles of included regular maintenance and five years of OnStar’s RemoteLink.