A little luxury, a little sport, and a big price cut.
A 4,000-pound Buick probably wouldn't be your first choice for racing around in the snow, but the Regal makes a compelling case for cold-weather luxury.
The 2011 Buick Regal CXL is a handsome ride that offers many of the tech features we like, but an odd cabin control scheme and uninspiring power train hamper our recommendation.
Buick's most significant 2016 update to its sporty midsize sedan is a big price drop. The Regal GS sees its MSRP fall nearly nine percent, from $38,310 to $34,990.
Buick's cars aren't typically known for their track prowess, but as you can see, these cars did just fine on a winter rallycross in Connecticut.
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Your preshow entertainment at AMC and Regal theaters will soon include movie-themed tweets and Vine videos.
Buick announced pricing today for the 2012 Regal with eAssist, starting at $29,530, and the 2012 Regal GS starting at $35,310 including destination charges.
The 2012 Regal with eAssist comes from pairing the direct-injected 2.4L four-cylinder Ecotec engine with a lithium ion battery system and electric motor-generator that enables regenerative braking capability. The Regal GS offers 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque while still delivering an estimated 27 mpg on the highway.
A car with a modified suspension system has mimicked boxers and 8-year-old girls and played with a skipping rope.