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Buick Regal

Buick Regal 2018 4-door hatchback Trim Shown: 2018 Preferred 4-door hatchback FWD Automatic
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The Buick Regal takes on a striking profile with its redesign. In the Sportback version, it adopts coupe-like styling that masks its hatchback configuration. The TourX is a raised wagon, similar to a Subaru Outback. With the wheelbase extended more than 3 inches, the proportions provide more passenger and cargo space than before. The new Regal comes in front- and all-wheel drive versions, and uses a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. GM says it will weigh in at about 200 pounds less than the previous-generation sedan. A 7-inch infotainment system is standard, while an 8-inch will be offered. Both get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Most advanced safety features are optional, with the notable exception of a pedestrian-protecting active hood.
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2011 Redesign Year
Buick Regal 2017 Trim Shown: 2017 Base
Before 2011, the Regal was a humdrum car with a floaty ride and rubbery steering. Buick revitalized the Regal nameplate in 2011, basing the model on Germany's Opel Insignia. As such, it conveys a typically European driving experience, with a taut ride, sporty handling, and excellent fit and finish. Firm, supportive seats and tight rear accommodations are another European trait of Buick's mid-size model. Changes for 2014 included more horsepower for the turbocharged engine, a revised interior treatment with simpler controls, more available contemporary electronic safety features and optional all-wheel drive.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2017 N/A N/A
2016 $16,525 - $23,750 $13,420 - $20,370
2015 $15,375 - $21,925 $12,320 - $18,605
2014 $13,425 - $20,150 $10,435 - $16,835
2013 $10,475 - $15,850 $7,620 - $12,620
2012 $8,800 - $13,150 $5,995 - $10,045
2011 $7,625 - $8,575 $4,850 - $5,750
Buick Regal 2004 Trim Shown: 2004 Sedan
This sedan provided a smooth ride and responsive routine handling in our tests in the early 1990s, but was not very competent in emergency maneuvers. Regals of this vintage have a split-bench front seat and an uncomfortable rear seat. The car was redesigned for 1997, but retained an old-fashioned floaty ride and rubbery steering. Handling is improved somewhat with the Gran Touring suspension package. Acceleration is good with the base 3.8-liter, 200-hp V6, and quicker with the supercharged version, which pumps out 240 horses and makes the Regal quick but not sporty.
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2005 N/A N/A
2004 $3,825 - $4,075 $1,385 - $1,585
2003 $3,575 - $3,800 $1,180 - $1,355
2002 $3,400 - $3,575 $1,175 - $1,325
2001 N/A N/A
2000 N/A N/A