At a Glance
|Pricing||$27,065 - $36,540|
|Drive Types||FWD, AWD|
|Engines||2.0l I4 T, 2.4l I4|
|Fuel Economy||19-21 (city), 27-30 (highway)|
One of Buick's most storied nameplates returned in 2011 as mid-sized, front-wheel-drive sedan. The Regal is derived from the Opel Insignia sold in other countries. Slotting between the entry-level Verano and the longer LaCrosse, the Regal is very close in size to the Nissan Maxima. A high level of standard equipment on the base model includes power equipment, heated leather seats and alloy wheels. Most models are powered by a turbocharged 2.0l four cylinder engine. An optional 2.4l four-cylinder engine with mild hybrid operation is also available. With its German heritage and high level of standard equipment the Regal is a unique choice in a crowded mid-sized segment.
Buick unveiled 2016 LaCrosse, Regal and Verano Sport Touring (ST) models today - sedans with distinctive exterior cues designed to set them apart from the pack. Each features special 18-inch wheels with machined faces and black "pockets," and a rear spoiler. They join the Enclave Tuscan Edition and recently announced Encore Sport Touring as special models expanding Buick's lineup with more design-focused choices. "Buick is reaching an all-new generation of customers by reinventing itself in terms...Read.
|Regal 1SV||2.4l I4 (182-bhp)||A6||FWD||19/30/24||57||$27,065|
|Regal Sport Touring||2.0l I4 T (259-bhp)||A6||FWD||21/29/25||63||$28,615|
|Regal||2.0l I4 T (259-bhp)||A6||AWD||19/27/23||$31,465|
|Regal Premium II||2.0l I4 T (259-bhp)||A6||FWD||21/29/25||63||$31,615|
|Regal Premium II||2.0l I4 T (259-bhp)||A6||AWD||19/27/23||$34,040|
|Regal GS||2.0l I4 T (259-bhp)||A6||FWD||21/29/25||65||$34,115|
|Regal GS||2.0l I4 T (259-bhp)||A6||AWD||19/27/23||$36,540|