Buick LaCrosse Sales Figures

U.S & Canada Auto Sales for Buick LaCrosse

Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Buick LaCrosse. The 2017 Buick LaCrosse offers a good combination of power, technology, and comfort in the competitive large car class. It has a 310-horsepower V6 engine and nice infotainment system with nice little luxuries throughout. The LaCrosse is essentially flagship model for Buick.

Don’t forget to check out the General Motors Sales Reports and the Buick brand compared with all other brands in the monthly Auto Sales By Brand post. Specific GM models and reports are here: General Motors, Buick Brand, Cascada, CenturyEnclaveEncoreEnvisionLaCrosseLeSabre,  Lucerne, Park AvenueRainier, Regal, RendezvousTerrazaVerano.

Canadian LaCrosse sales include the Allure, which was the LaCrosse before GM Canada decided to call the LaCrosse the LaCrosse here, as GM has always done in the United States.


Buick LaCrosse U.S. Sales Figures

Buick LaCrosse U.S Sales Reports – by Month

Buick LaCrosse U.S. Sales Figures – By Year

Year sold
2005 92,669
2006 71,072
2007 47,747
2008 36,873
2009 27,818
2010 61,178
2011 58,474
2012 62,304
2013 48,798
2014 51,468
2015 42,035
2016 27,582
2017 20,161
2018 15,527
2019 6,778

Buick LaCrosse Sales Reports – Canada

Buick LaCrosse Canada Sales Reports – by Month

Buick LaCrosse Canada Sales Reports – by Year

Year sold
2012 2,377
2013 1,156
2014 1,557
2015 990
2016 785
2017 921
2018 664
2019 500


Other Buick Sales Reports

Don’t forget to check out the General Motors Sales Reports and the Buick brand compared with all other brands in the monthly Auto Sales By Brand post. See the Buick LaCrosse compared with its rivals in the monthly Large Car Sales charts. Specific GM models and reports are here: General Motors, Buick Brand, Cascada, CenturyEnclaveEncoreEnvisionLaCrosseLeSabre,  Lucerne, Park AvenueRainier, Regal, RendezvousTerrazaVerano.

 

Canadian LaCrosse sales include the Allure, which was the LaCrosse before GM Canada decided to call the LaCrosse the LaCrosse here, as GM has always done in the United States.