2018 Buick LaCrosse eAssist Tested: That’s a Hybrid? ""

By | December 28, 2017

Electrification is perhaps the automotive buzzword today, but General Motors has been offering various hybrids for more than a decade. The Buick division launched its first such vehicle back in 2012: the LaCrosse eAssist, a hybrid version of its large sedan that continued through the 2016 model year. When the third-generation LaCrosse was released for 2017, the technology was absent from the order sheet, but Buick reupped on the hybrid for 2018. The four-cylinder eAssist now is the entry-level powerplant. Unlike many eco-themed vehicles that telegraph their green-leaning powertrains, however, the LaCrosse keeps its electrification on the down low. READ MORE ››

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