https://carbuzz.com - Shame the model is on its way out.
https://autoweek.com - Solidifying its transition from an American brand into a mostly Chinese one that just happens to sell cars in the U.S., Buick is about to launch an updated LaCrosse sedan just as the LaCrosse nameplate leaves the U.S. market. Buick also launched the Velite 6 plug-in hybrid in China, ahead of the launch of the (much more interesting) Velite EV that will be revealed later in 2019. The updated, longer and roomier Velite 6, resembling a small station wagon, will still use a 1.5-liter four-cylinder from the second-gen Volt.
https://www.carscoops.com - The refreshed Buick LaCrosse for the Chinese market has been officially launched after a leak previewed the vehicle back in December. As the first images of the LaCrosse showed late last year, the sedan takes design inspiration from the smaller Regal, which is also sold as the Holden Commodore and the Opel/Vauxhall Insignia throughout Europe. Compared to Regal, however, the LaCrosse has an even more pointed front fascia with larger headlights, additional chrome trimmings, and a hood with sharp character lines.
https://www.motorauthority.com - Buick has unveiled an updated, much more handsome version of its LaCrosse sedan in China, just as the nameplate dies off in the United States.
https://www.auto123.com - Buick gave its next-gen 2020 Buick LaCrosse its world premiere in Geneva this week, but actually the model will only be sold in China, a huge market for the U.S.
https://www.tflcar.com - Buick’s largest sedan may be dead in the US, but that doesn’t mean it’s gone. China is Buick’s largest market, and it’s a market that loves sedans.
https://www.autoblog.com - Handsome facelift will only be seen in China The 2020 Buick LaCrosse we won't get looks exceptional originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 07 Mar 2019 15:35:00 EST.
https://www.motor1.com - But it's not coming to the U.S.
http://gmauthority.com - What a shame that it's not coming to the United States.
https://www.motortrend.com - The ES is Lexus’ best-selling car, and it’s a best-seller in the shrinking “near lux” sedan segment it helped define. The segment’s original formula was to take a squillion-selling midsize sedan (Toyota Camry, in Lexus’ case), tinsel it up, and slap a swanky badge on it.