2014 Buick LaCrosse Spotted in China

2014 Buick LaCrosse Spotted in China
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Back in September, General Motors announced plans to release nine new models over the course of 12 months, and it appears as though the Buick LaCrosse will be one of them.

Sources in China have spied the updated LaCrosse, sporting a redesigned exterior and interior without any camouflage, which hints that the sedan may be nearing an official debut. The midcycle upgrade has given the LaCrosse new LED-trimmed headlights and bumpers along with a larger front grille. The rear-end also gets a more contemporary design, with subtle accents such as a chrome trim that runs across the rear of the vehicle.

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Inside, the American automaker gave the LaCrosse a hefty update, helping classify it as a more luxurious, premium offering in the marketplace. GM appears to have outfitted it with new-generation technology, though details aren’t available yet. The LaCrosse will continue to be offered with engine choices of a 2.4-liter, a 2.0-liter turbo, or a 3.0-liter V6.

[Source: Autohome.com.cn and China Car Times]

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