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 |  Jan 22 2013, 4:03 PM

10. 2013 Buick LaCrosse V6

Landing in last place on this list is a surprising vehicle, the Buick LaCrosse. Traditionally tri-shield cars are known for their huge dimensions, both inside and out. And while this large-and-lovely sedan is a style winner, with an elegant exterior and a cushy cabin, it falls a little short when it comes to trunk space. Still, the LaCrosse offers up a respectable 13.3 cubic feet of cargo volume, slightly less than the ninth-place finisher.

SEE ALSO: 2013 Buick LaCrosse Review

A smooth-running 303 horsepower V6 engine is sure to keep drivers interested. Efficiency-minded motorists will appreciate the eAssist model, which is certified by the EPA to deliver up to 36 miles per gallon on the highway, though its trunk is slightly smaller thanks to a supplemental battery pack.

  • http://www.facebook.com/1978mv Migel Varga

    Who the fuck cares about the size in cubic feets ?!?! FFS !
    This review becomes absolutely irrelevant by using that obsolete metric system!

  • Cissy Kate

    Ford Forever! Ford is always good in comfort too. I have even added it to my Wishberg-http://wishberg.com/kakau/wish/cars You’ll can check out the other cars for which I wish and steal them from my wishlist too :D Enjoy!

  • The Rock

    You dumb fuck! The metric system is the standard everywhere in the world except in the U.S. Your ignorance is disgusting!

  • http://www.facebook.com/paul.barker.399488 Paul Barker

    You are both about as ignorant as one can get. Cubit “Feet” is not metric. It’s English. Did either of you ever graduate the third grade? Apparently you spent your educational years picking your noses and learning colorful metaphors.

  • The Sarge

    Varga: isn’t that a Hungarian name???? If so you come from a rather unique background and the best you can do it use language to show your ‘low class and degraded vernacular skills, shame on you!

  • JD

    The CVT can be a sporty transmission, if not a bit more maintenance-intensive–remember, no shifting means more time in the powerband, great for that 80-120 passing acceleration on the highway. Nissan’s Xtronic is a whole lot better than the hunk of junk Dodge was using in the Caliber, if that’s what you’re worried about.