A vacation romp with a Buick Regal reveals a harsh truth: I am in a loveless relationship with my minivan.
The Buick Cascada convertible enters its sophomore year with the addition of a new trim level. The new Cascada Sport Touring, or ST, follows in the footsteps of the Enclave Sport Touring, the LaCrosse Sport Touring, the Regal Sport Touring, and the Verano Sport Touring in that it’s an appearance package and little more.
If you had your hopes up for a performance focused, 2017 Buick LaCrosse, we’re here to report it’s not going to happen. Buick is saving its performance credibilities for the Regal sedan, and we have some insight on where it may be heading.
General Motors has informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) about a new safety recall over certain 2011 Buick Regal sedans.
The Regal campaign focuses on power seat wiring, while the Envision is affected by incorrect labeling.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has posted two recalls of Buick vehicles--one for the 2016-2017 Buick Envision, the other for the 2011 Buick Regal. Combined, they affect nearly 48,000 vehicles registered in the U.S.
We want Buick to succeed, and this is how to do it. As far as we can tell, the entire Buick lineup is made up of of cars that are rebadged versions of some other GM model. This may sound like the sort of thing that helped drive GM into bankruptcy, but Buick is actually building some nice cars. We particularly love the Regal (in performance GS trim), which is based on the European Vauxhall/Opel Insignia. The Regal is an outstanding car, and Buick could make it even better in the next generation by answering our prayers for a wagon variant.
Imagine if Superman and Wonder Woman had a love child. The offspring would be beautiful, powerful, regal. Come to think of it, he would probably be Chris Hemsworth. Superkid would knock the Trumps, Kardashians, and Jenners right off the tabloid front pages. But in lieu of this comic book fantasy, let me introduce you to the very-real spawn of a torrid Corvette Stingray and Z06 fling. His name is the 2017 Corvette Grand Sport. Grand Sport matches affordable 460-horse V-8 from Stingray, with wicked athleticism of Z06.
General Motors is recalling 7,620 vehicles, including the 2016-'17 Buick Verano and 2016 Chevrolet Malibu sedans, for a rollaway risk. The problem was discovered on May 27, 2016, when a GM assembly-line operator at the company's Orion Township, Michigan plant reported that two 2016 Verano sedans failed post-assembly quality inspections. They failed the inspection because the operator could remove the key from the ignition with the vehicle's engine running and the vehicle's transmission not in "Park."
Rumor has it that GM's European counterpart, Opel, plans to send its fantastic Insignia station wagon our way. Here are 5 reasons why they should.