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By Edward R. Noble
I learned to drive in my fathers 1949 Buick Super sedan, (in 1949) so I have something of a soft-spot for the brand. I have always loved a Buick even when they made some real dogs with poor paint jobs, and trim falling in the first winter pothole. Things are different these days, Buick has earned a top spot for reliability and styling.
Take the Buick LaCrosse sedan. It looks expensive and better styled than most Lexus, or even a Jaguar, with the LaCrosse costing many thousands less. Although, Buick has somewhat bumped-up the price on the LaCrosse. Starting at about $31,000 gets you into a good looking LaCrosse, but why buy a Buick if you're not going to go all the way and step-up to the heavenly accessorized Premiun-1 edition? An extra $7,000 gets you about everything you can think of in a luxury sedan.