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Irmscher is3 Bandit Is An Opel Insignia OPC Wagon By Another Name

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If the Buick Regal GS has one true sour spot, it’s the exclusion of the 2.8-liter turbocharged V6 engine. The engine graces the Regal GS’ cousins in Europe and Australia, where it produces a healthy 321 hp and 321 lb-ft of torque. Renowned tuner, Irmscher, has embarked on a new tuning project, however. The German tuning house has taken one standard Opel Insignia OPC wagon, and created what it calls he Irmscher is3 Bandit.

Triple-Charged, LSA-Swapped Buick Grand National Will Anger The Purists

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - An LS-swap happens every day. But a triple-charged LSA engine shoehorned into a Buick Regal Grand National? Hold the phone. We, too, were slightly perplexed at the notion someone could take it upon themselves to de-bone one of the most famous Buicks of all time (the GNX and/or Y-Job might take the cake), we quickly realized the owner of this particular 1987 Grand National poured an excessive amount of cash and love into the car.

2017 Buick LaCrosse Spy Shot Reveals Opel Influence

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2017 LaCrosse will grow in size on the E2XX platform, stretching its legs to make for some greater breathing room above the Buick Regal. Expect some major weight savings with the transition to the platform for the 2017 LaCrosse, judging by what Chevrolet engineers were able to accomplish with the 2016 Malibu and its weight loss. Construction should be stiffer, yet lighter.

The 1998 Buick Regal, perfect for the supercharged family

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Seeing what the once-glorious Buick Gran Sport name had become by the early 1990s, it's good to know that, not long after that nadir, The General started bolting Eaton superchargers onto their venerable...

Junkyard Find: 1992 Buick Regal Gran Sport

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 1970 Buick Gran Sport 455 was one of the most ridiculously overpowered, tire-frying machines of the Golden Age of Muscle Cars, and GM also slapped GS badging on some fairly muscular — or at least muscular-looking — Wildcats and Rivieras back then. Fast forward a decade or so, and you had W-body (think Lumina) third-gen Buick Regals with Gran Sport option packages.

2018 Holden Commodore Caught Testing On Public Roads

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - As we eagerly await the arrival of the 2016 Holden Commodore Series II, which will debut September 13, Opel is busy engineering away at the next-generation Insignia. Holden has yet to confirm the next-generation Opel Insignia will be the basis for the 2018 Holden Commodore, but it’s all but certain, and World Car Fans has spied the Insignia-Commodore-Regal wearing a production body.

2016 Buick Regal Prices Cut by up to $3,320

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Sales of the Buick Regal are down nearly 20 percent through July 2015, and Buick is looking to reverse this slide with some significant price cuts for the 2016 Regal lineup. Though the base price of the midsize sedan stays the same for 2016, higher trims in the lineup receive big drops, with the performance-oriented Regal GS falling more than $3,000 for the new model year.

2017 Buick Regal Spied

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The next Opel Insignia, sold as the Buick Regal in the U.S., has been caught testing in new spy photos. As we can see from the body lines, the Regal is moving to a hatchback five-door body style with the current four-door sedan version likely to be cancelled. A station wagon variant is expected to join the lineup about six months after the car launches, but U.S. availability is unknown at this point.