Buick LaCrosse Tire Pressure


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2019

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2019 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
235/50R18 97V 35 PSI 35 PSI
245/45R19 98V 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/40R20 95V 35 PSI 35 PSI

2018

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2018 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
235/50R18 97V 35 PSI 35 PSI
245/45R19 98V 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/40R20 95V 35 PSI 35 PSI

2017

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2017 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
235/50R18 97V 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/40R20 95V 35 PSI 35 PSI

2016

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2016 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P225/55R17 95H 38 PSI 38 PSI
P235/50R18 97H 33 PSI 33 PSI
P245/40R20 95V 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/45R19 98V 33 - 35 PSI 33 - 35 PSI

2015

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2015 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P225/55R17 95H 38 PSI 38 PSI
P235/50R18 97H 33 PSI 33 PSI
P245/40R20 95V 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/45R19 98V 33 - 35 PSI 33 - 35 PSI

2014

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2014 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P235/50R17 95T 35 PSI 35 PSI
P235/50R18 97H 33 PSI 33 PSI
P245/40R20 95V 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/45R19 98V 35 PSI 35 PSI

2013

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2013 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P235/50R17 95T 35 PSI 35 PSI
P235/50R18 97V 33 PSI 33 PSI
P245/40R19 94W 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/50R17 98H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2012

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2012 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P235/50R17 95T 35 PSI 35 PSI
P235/50R18 97V 33 PSI 33 PSI
P245/40R19 94W 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/50R17 98H 33 PSI 33 PSI

2011

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2011 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P235/50R18 97V 30 PSI 30 PSI
P245/40R19 94W 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/50R17 98H 30 PSI 30 PSI

2010

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2010 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P235/50R18 97V 30 PSI 30 PSI
P245/40R19 94W 35 PSI 35 PSI
P245/50R17 98H 30 PSI 30 PSI

2009

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2009 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P225/55R17 95T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P225/60R16 97S 30 PSI 30 PSI
P235/50R18 97W 32 PSI 32 PSI

2008

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2008 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P225/55R17 95T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P225/60R16 97S 30 PSI 30 PSI
P235/50R18 97W 32 PSI 32 PSI

2007

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2007 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P225/55R17 95T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P225/60R16 97S 30 PSI 30 PSI

2006

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2006 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P225/55R17 95T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P225/60R16 97S 30 PSI 30 PSI

2005

Buick LaCrosse's built in 2005 with the following tire sizes are recommended to be kept at the following pressures.

Tire Size Front Rear
P225/55R17 95T 30 PSI 30 PSI
P225/60R16 97S 30 PSI 30 PSI

Buick LaCrosse

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You can find 46 different trims for the Buick LaCrosse and their corresponding recommended tire pressures.

The years available stretch from 2005 through to 2019 with the tire types underneath the yearly headings.

The LaCrosse is a mid-sized, full-size luxury car manufactured in the United States by the Buick division of General Motors (GM) since 2004.

It is one of Buick’s rebadged versions of the GM Kappa platform.

Its name LaCrosse means “crossroads” and “important decision”, and is a reference to the crossroads that were historically located in the middle of Main Street in Columbia, South Carolina.

Compared to the Regal it replaced, the LaCrosse features a longer wheelbase (112.2 inches), larger interior volume (103 cubic feet for a sedan), and front-wheel drive as standard along with the available all-wheel drive.

The car was originally developed by Opel but was designed in collaboration with the GM team. Buick markets this car as “America’s only true luxury car.”

To introduce the new LaCrosse, GM’s Buick division used the tagline “Upside-Down Thinking”, suggesting that traditional choices were inverted.

This included using a higher level of fit and finish than more expensive German sedans from Mercedes-Benz, BMW, or Audi, rather than traditional American splashy chrome trim.

The newest generation of this car takes everything we love about driving and adds bold style, trendy technology, and a comfortable ride.