As most of you are probably aware by now, we are test-driving the new 2010 Buick LaCrosse CXS this week. Today we’re going to provide you with a look around the inside of the new GM sedan.
GM says that the interior of the new 2010 LaCrosse is a “collaborative effort between American and Chinese designers drew inspiration from many sources, including traditional Eastern architecture, modern design and Buick”s classic models of the past.”
So far we’ve spent four days inside the new Buick LaCrosse and we have to say that we are very impressed by the overall quality of the interior. Features like the real-seam stitching on the seats, instrument panels, a Harman Kardon sound system and the vertical center stack give a very luxurious feeling. The interior is highlighted by ice-blue LED ambient lighting (on CXS models) around the audio controls, along the instrument panel and in the footwells. The only thing that takes away from the luxurious feeling is the center display if you don’t opt for the navigation system. The display features a dot-matrix like feel that takes away from the overall comfortable and elegant presence; in fact, it’s the same display used on new Chevrolet models.
One thing you’ll notice right away once you start driving is that the 2010 Buick LaCrosse is very quiet. Thanks to Buick’s new QuietTuning engineering technology, the LaCrosse offers an exceptionally quiet driving experience.
Interior color choices include a pair of contrasting two-tone combinations ““ Cocoa/Light Cashmere and Dark Titanium/Light Titanium ““ as well as Jet Black.
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2010 Buick LaCrosse (Weekly Test-Drive):
– By: Omar Rana
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