Help! - - NO ONE has been able to give me an answer yet to this. - A dealer in town has a Buick Allure for sale (I live in Indiana). Since it is a Canadian car, would I have any trouble getting parts for it, or are the Lacrosse parts the same? thanks! Vicky

Asked by Apr 12, 2017 at 09:53 PM

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Buick Allure 2009 for sale.  85,000 miles.  Should I buy it?  Will I be able to get the parts in Indiana?

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I FOUND THIS> 2010 Buick Allure features the same content from the 2010 Buick LaCrosse AT > http://jalopnik.com/5233040/2010-buick-allure-like-the-lacrosse- except-more-canadian

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If it's a vehicle that was originally delivered to a location in Canada, don't buy it!! The vehicle wasn't built to United States emissions and safety standards. Parts will be different! I see this all the time at work (NAPA Auto Parts). There's sperate listings that read "non-US Canada" for many parts for vehicles. Those parts are never available!! However, if it was originally delivered to a location in the United States just built in Canada, you'll be fine. A Carfax vehicle history report will tell you. HTH. -Jim

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