The Buick Regal is a well-honed, pleasant sedan brought over from GM's German Opel subsidiary. As such it conveys a typically European driving experience, with a taut and steady ride, sporty handling, and excellent fit and finish. Firm, supportive seats and tight rear accommodations are another European hallmark. The base four-cylinder engine is underpowered, but agile handling tends to help make up for that.
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    The Buick Regal is a well-honed, pleasant sedan brought over from GM's German Opel subsidiary. As such it conveys a typically European driving experience, with a taut and steady ride, sporty handling, and excellent fit and finish. Firm, supportive seats and tight rear accommodations are another European hallmark. The base four-cylinder engine is underpowered, but agile handling tends to help make up for that. Overall fuel economy of 23 mpg is not all that impressive, however. 

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    You're not really giving up much if you stick with the base car. Then again, stepping up to the Premium I trim doesn't cost much more, and you get extras such as a power passenger's seat and heated steering wheel. We would skip the hybrid powertrain; it provides just a 5-mpg gain. And while it's a...
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