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2018 Buick Regal Sportback and Regal TourX: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2018 Buick Regal Sportback and Regal TourX are missing something very important that’s been a part of many Buick models for as long as I can remember.

PowerSteering: 2017 Buick Envision Review

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - From a product sourcing perspective, Buick is the most global brand in the General Motors lineup. The Enclave SUV hails from America. The compact Encore SUV is built in South Korea. The Cascada convertible comes from Europe. The Regal sedan is assembled in Canada. And the new Envision SUV is made in China. A compact crossover SUV, the Envision is one of the first Chinese-built vehicles to be offered in the United States. Buick is positioning this new entrant as an alternative to the Acura RDX and Lincoln MKC, and within the GM lineup as a bridge between the GMC Terrain and the Cadillac XT5.

The time is now: Buick must ignite the woodgrain wagon renaissance

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Some say woodgrain is tacky, and not entirely without reason. But some people also said wagons were dead; wagon-y offerings from Volvo to Volkswagen, to say nothing of the 2018 Buick Regal TourX, have exposed them for the fools they are. We won't consider the wagon revival to be a success until we get another extra-cushy Roadmaster, though, and it's something crossover-fatigued carbuyers should embrace wholeheartedly.

Could this Buick challenge the Subaru Outback for wagon supremacy?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It’s been more than 20 years since Buick sold a wagon, the last being the iconic Roadmaster that was discontinued in 1996. But there’s a new wagon from the company now: it’s the 2018 Buick Regal...

Atlas Pricing & A New Buick Regal

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Buick has revealed the 2018 Regal, and it's not your grandfather's fact, it's not a sedan at all. Coming in two variants - Sportback and TourX - the Regal lacks a true sedan version. The Sportback is as close as it gets, but numerous coupe design cues and a liftback disqualify it as a sedan. The TourX, on the other hand, is a full-blown, rugged wagon with increased ride-height, roof racks and standard intelligent all-wheel drive.

2018 Buick Regal transforms into hatchback and wagon

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Remember the 1990s, when car buyers collectively agreed that station wagons were uncool and bought minivans instead? How about just a few years ago, when car buyers collectively agreed minivans were uncool and bought crossovers instead?

Heir to the Estate: 2018 Buick Regal Returns as Wagon

Posted By GMbeat 24 days ago on Articles - The TourX rides higher than its Sportback counterpart, enabling greater capability. Its rugged exterior appearance, standard roof rails, interior amenities, standard intelligent all-wheel drive (AWD) with active twin-clutch and functional cargo area epitomize upscale utility, capability and convenience backed by the quality and safety expected from Buick.