Buick LaCrosse Wiper Blade Sizes (2005-2019)

Cruising the open highways in your plush Buick LaCrosse loses its relaxation when weather has you squinting to navigate through rain, snow or ice. Time to replace those worn out wipers?

The blade length chart below will help you easily find the right new blades for your model year LaCrosse. We’ll include the preferred wiper blade brand that Buick owners use to get the best wiping performance and longer use between replacement.

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Buick LaCrosse Wiper Blade Size Chart

2019Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2018Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2017Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2016Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2015Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2014Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2013Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2012Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2011Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2010Sedan26"18"Bosch ICON
2009Sedan22"22"Bosch ICON
2008Sedan22"22"Bosch ICON
2007Sedan22"22"Bosch ICON
2006Sedan22"22"Bosch ICON
2005Sedan22"22"Bosch ICON

About the Buick LaCrosse

The LaCrosse is a mid-size/full-size (depending on the generation) luxury sedan from the American automaker Buick.

Introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year as a replacement for the Buick Century and Regal, the LaCrosse served as one of the brand’s flagship sedans. It was designed to offer a balance of comfort, style, and performance to attract both traditional Buick customers and a younger demographic.

The first generation of the LaCrosse was produced from 2005 to 2009 and featured a range of V6 engines, with an optional V8 on the Super trim. It was well-received for its quiet cabin and smooth ride, hallmarks of the Buick brand.

In 2010, the second-generation LaCrosse was introduced, boasting a more modern and upscale design, improved build quality, and a more refined driving experience. This generation was available with a choice of four-cylinder and V6 engines and offered features like all-wheel drive and a suite of advanced safety technologies. The interior took a significant step up in terms of luxury and amenities, positioning the LaCrosse as a strong competitor in its segment.

The third and final generation, which debuted for the 2017 model year, continued to elevate the LaCrosse’s luxury status with a sleeker design, lighter chassis, and even more advanced technology. This generation offered a mild-hybrid powertrain as standard, with a V6 engine available, and introduced features such as a head-up display, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto integration.

Throughout its life, the Buick LaCrosse competed with other mid-size and full-size sedans such as the Toyota Avalon and Camry, Lexus ES, Lincoln MKZ, and Chevrolet Impala. These vehicles were also known for their comfort, spacious interiors, and a smooth ride, but each brand offered its unique take on the premium sedan experience.

Buick announced the discontinuation of the LaCrosse in the U.S. after the 2019 model year due to a shift in consumer preference towards SUVs and crossovers, marking the end of its production run. The LaCrosse continued to be produced and sold in other markets, such as China, where sedans maintained more popularity.

See Also:  Buick Regal wiper blade sizes, Buick Enclave wiper blade sizes