Even though the redesigned 2017 LaCrosse is competitively priced at $32,990 in base spec, some people might find a few practical things wrong with it.
This short review by Consumer Reports suggests that the LaCrosse is sort of a mixed bag, with good styling, solid comfort and plenty of power coming from the V6.
However, according to Michelle Naranjo, the 2017 LaCrosse can prove a bit difficult for some people to get in and out of the car, while it also doesn’t do all that well when it comes to potholes and absorbing the eventual bump on the road.
In terms of performance, the 3.6-liter V6 power unit mentioned earlier produces 305 HP and 268 lb-ft (363 Nm), all going to either the front or optionally, all four wheels, with the help of an 8-speed automatic gearbox that may or may not prove a bit confusing to some drivers – the review also explains why that is.
Even in base spec, the 2017 LaCrosse comes well equipped with an 8″ touchscreen display, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto compatibility, GM’s 4G LTE Wi-Fi and HID headlights.