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2018 Buick Regal GS — Replanting Buick’s performance flag

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The example Buick delivered to my driveway for a week-long evaluation was Sport Red Regal GS, which is Buick speak for bright red. Also featuring standard all-wheel drive with torque vectoring, it carried a $44,115 price tag, including $4,120 in options and the $925 factory delivery fee. This may seem a little pricey for a midsize sedan that doesn’t wear a luxury logo, but Buick has packed a lot of standard gear and technology into, what can only be called, a gorgeous wrapper.

Buick Regal: 2019 Motor Trend Car of the Year Contender

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Regal TourX wagon and GS hatchback feature some clever packaging, but not much else stood out, with one exception: that beautiful wagon. It’s hard not to ogle it, and most judges praised its attractive sheetmetal.

2018 Buick Regal Review: Comfortable Cruiser

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At a glance, buyers may miss that the stylish new 2018 Buick Regal Sportback is a hatchback, not a sedan. Under that exterior, drivers will find a competent and versatile car. This Regal has a suspension that impressively soaks up road imperfections. Its handling is responsive and capable, although this generation has become less engaging to drive than its predecessor. The old version chewed up twisty roads; the new model is happier on straightaways.

The 2018 Buick Regal GS Is Surprisingly Great

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - I couldn’t even peel out of the garage in Manhattan before someone had stopped me. “Is that a Buick?” they shouted. “Yep! A Buick Regal.” Admiring the hatchback’s sleek frame, my new friend went on: “I remember when a Buick was something my grandma drove.” Indeed. That was a common refrain I heard while driving the 2018 Buick Regal GS around New England. Thing is, it wasn’t just a looker; the Regal GS is legitimately well-executed and even fun.

2018 Buick Regal TourX: What's the Cost of a Fill-Up?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Though the TourX lacks the three-row seating of many mid-size crossovers, it comes with standard all-wheel drive, a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. It also has EPA fuel-economy estimates of 21/29/24 mpg city/highway/combined, but here's the catch: Buick recommends premium gasoline for best performance.

2018 Buick Regal TourX: A genuine alternative to sedans and crossovers

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Thanks to the efforts of VW, Volvo, Jaguar and now Buick, the wagon renaissance is in full swing. It's been decades since so many were offered in the U.S., and the Buick Regal TourX, like the others, offers a perfect alternative to enthusiasts who see the utility in an all-wheel-drive SUV but don't want the tall ride height and soggy handling. The Regal is capable of blending sporty dynamics and excellent utility at a competitive price.

How technology plays a major role in car design, as seen in the 2018 Buick Regal TourX

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - What would it be like to design a brand new car? That’s a question you might ask if you see a sleek new Camaro on the road, or an electric car with an eye-catching look. The sloping angles, the taillights in the back – these all benefit from advances in computer technology in terms of sketching out ideas, rendering the final design, and then placing the design in a lifelike and realistic setting.

2018 Buick Regal TourX and GS Show Off Fun and Functionality

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Buick Regal Sportback gets two new siblings, both aimed at bringing more appeal to the long-running “Regal” nameplate. The Regal TourX, which the company calls a crossover, looks like a wagon in our eyes and offers extra cargo room. The GS gets a substantial horsepower boost over the base model as well as standard all-wheel drive and various interior and exterior enhancements.

Buick Regal TourX The test drive Oppo Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - This longboye is looong! This rivals or beats most crossovers seats up or folded down. I cannot imagine anyone complaining about not having space for their family. 2 kids, their strollers ans stuff, and a dog? No problem! With its rear seats up, the Outback has 35.5 cubic feet of space, while the TourX offers 32.7. Folding the rear seats flat opens the Outback’s trunk up to 73.3 cubic feet, and the TourX’s to 73.5. Those are impressive numbers, on par with the cargo space in top-rated small SUVs such as the Honda CR-V.