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Buick to Unveil 2017 LaCrosse at L.A Auto Show

September 22, 2015

2017 Buick LaCrosse's grille design with updated tri-shield logo. Photo courtesy of Buick.
2017 Buick LaCrosse's grille design with updated tri-shield logo. Photo courtesy of Buick.

Buick will unveil its 2017 model-year LaCrosse sedan at the Los Angeles Auto Show from Nov. 17-19, according to a press release by the brand.

Some details have been shared about the all-new vehicle.

The 2017 Buick LaCrosse features a grille design that puts a new face on the brand, including a new, three-color tri-shield insignia that's rooted in the Scottish family crest of company founder David Dunbar, according to the press release.

The LaCrosse’s design is framed on a new chassis that's stronger and lighter than its predecessor, and serves as the foundation for a more dynamic driving experience. New technologies such as a five-link rear suspension will contribute to a more responsive ride, according to Buick.

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