The Buick TourX is a nice car and a good place to spend time. It's refined and well-mannered, with a driving experience good enough to support a higher price tag and a more luxurious interior.
Buick's allegedly sporty small personal luxury coupe of the mid-1980s.
Buick’s “highest expression of luxury” continues for the 2019 Regal Avenir, a model we recently examined. However, all anyone seemed to care about is how much those fancy plastics and fancier wheels would elevate the base model’s MSRP.
The Buick Regal Sportback was one of the sedans that impressed us the most this year thanks to its SUV-grade cargo hold, European road manners and compelling drivetrains.
When the redesigned Honda Accord debuted for the 2018 model year, it was missing an optional feature it had offered for more than two decades: a V6 engine. Now available only with turbocharged 4-cylinder powerplants, the new Accord became the best-selling midsize sedan to rid itself of its 6-cylinder powerplant. In doing so, the Accord joined a growing list of mainstream midsizers that have dropped their optional V6s in recent years–including the Chevrolet Malibu, Hyundai Sonata, Kia Optima, and Mazda 6.
Avenir sub-brand grows to 3 modelsRevamped infotainment and safety assistsPricing estimated in high $30,000-low $40,000 range Buick unveiled the next chapter in its Avenir story, and the latest vehicle to get the top-line treatment is the 2019 Regal Sportback.
The new Regal Sportback gets a new range-topping Avenir trim.
Another Buick is getting the Avenir treatment. The 2019 Regal will be the fourth Buick globally to receive the exclusive trim in less than a year.