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The Most Common Buick LaCrosse Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Buick LaCrosse. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the LaCrosse

The Buick LaCrosse is a midsize sedan dating back to 2004. In the lineup, size-wise, it sits just above the Regal. Ultimately, the LaCrosse replaced the Century and Regal in North America and was branded the ‘ultimate midsize vehicle’. Sold as the Allure in Canada (due to translation issues), it was updated in 2010 and rebranded as an upmarket, larger, premium sedan.

The first generation began sales in 2005 and took its name from a concept car Buick unveiled in 2000 giving us the name LaCrosse (literally referring to the sport LaCrosse). There were two powertrains with three trim levels. For the 3.8-liter V6 the trims available were the CX and the CXL, and the 3.6-liter V6 was reserved for their premium CXS. Later, in 2008, the CXS was replaced by the ‘Super’ in North America. There was a facelift this year too, with particular attention paid to the front end, replicating the styling of the Buick Velite Concept car.

Each model came with a chrome exterior package with higher ends adding remote start, telescopic steering wheel column and dual-zone climate control. Buick brought out a super high-performance limited edition with a rear spoiler, projector beam lights, larger brakes and elevated suspension tuning. The LaCrosse was awarded ‘Good’ for safety by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

The second generation came out in 2010 and was debuted at the North American International Motor Show in Detroit Michigan. It had been fully redesigned and was now sold as Buick's flagship sedan. The interior had been rounded off with contours and more modern arches. Featuring a long wheelbase built on the Espiln II Platform, the LaCrosse shared this structure with the Opel Insignia and the 2010 Saab 9-5.

The third generation was again longer, but lighter and Buick moved production from GM Fairfax Assembly plant to Hamtrack Assembly in Detroit. The updated model boasted 10 airbags as standard with the option to add ultrasonic rear parking assist, backup camera, forward collision alert, forward collision braking and pedestrian detection. The LaCrosse was discontinued in 2019 being one of 6 vehicles GM decided to end, but sales continued in China where it had proved continually a best seller.