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Review: 2018 Buick Regal TourX sport wagon delivers room, style value

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - 2018 Buick Regal TourX sport wagon delivers European style, performance and value to counter rising sales of SUVs, but suffers from noisy tires.       

Blowout: The Old GM resurfaces in a bad decision about tires for Buick Regal TourX

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - GM rushed the 2018 Buick Regal TourX sport wagon to market with noisy tires, a decision that recalls the automaker's bad old days.       

The Buick Regal TourX Wagon is Shockingly Awesome

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The TourX comes wrapped in a very handsome package, with sneering LED running lights, a tight beltline crease, pressed-in flanks, and a rounded fastback hatchback that are all reminiscent of the class-leading Mercedes-Benz E-Class Estate. All of these design features enunciate the length of the wagon, which is actually quite significant. It’s not only a couple inches longer than the Benz, it’s more than a foot longer than a Volvo V60. In fact, it’s just 2.5-inches shorter than the baleen Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo.

Buick Thinks Half Of Regal Buyers Will Get The TourX—If They Don't Call It A Wagon

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Buick is pretty proud of the new 2019 Regal TourX wagon, which in addition to being quite handsome, seems like a really great value. Good news for wagons, too: the automaker predicts that up to 50 percent of Regal buyers will opt for the longroof instead of the sedan, as long as they don’t call it what it is.

2018 Buick Regal TourX First Drive Review: Buick's riff on a Subaru theme

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The TourX is nearly identical to the German-market Opel Insignia Country Tourer, but there have been upgrades and modifications to make the Country Tourer more like a Buick. Mechanically, the TourX shares its powertrain with the Regal Sportback -- except here, the smart twin-clutch all-wheel-drive system, which can send torque across the rear axle, is standard. The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder in the TourX makes 250 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque and comes paired with the Aisin eight-speed automatic.

2018 Buick Regal TourX First Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Starting price: $29,995Engine: 250-hp turbo 4-cylinderFuel economy: 24 mpg combinedMax capacity: 5 passengersSimilar: Volvo V60 Cross Country, Audi Allroad, Subaru Outback Filling in the white spacesIn seeking to carve out its own niche between the mass market Chevrolet and luxury Cadillac divisions, Buick is working hard to establish itself as a brand that delivers the affordability of the former with a dose of upscale features from the latter.