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2016 Buick Regal GS AWD - More Confident Than Dad's 4-Door Buick - Quick Review

Crimson Red Tintcoat 2016 Buick Regal GS takes on a more serious tone with late afternoon sun. The German designed, midsize sporty executive sedan is replete with Buick Bling: vertical lower air damn "Fangs", smoked  wide waterfall grille, trademark hood louvers and mirror polished 20"-inch wheels.<br> <br> After a $5900 price drop, front drive models start at just over $34K, with this well contented AWD version at $40,650. <br>
* * * * * * * * * * * * (Contributing Editor: Tomasz Paluch, Roadblazing.com) Your father was very fortunate if he was driving a 1967 Buick Skylark Grand Sport coupe back in the day. With its big block 400 ci. OHV V-8, 4-barrel carburetor and 10.25:1 compression, making 340 gross hp and 440... Read more »

2016 Nissan Maxima Platinum - Luxuriously Living Down 4DSC Moniker - Quick Review

Re-designed 8th Generation 2016 Nissan Maxima attempts to "Live Up" to the "4DSC" moniker it established in 1988.<br> <br> The premium executive sedan is offered in 5 monospec trims, starting at $32.5K, each equipped with standard 8"-inch display GPS Navigation. The top Maxima Platinum variant lists for $40,905.<br>
* * * * * * * * * * * * (Contributing Editor: George Straton, Roadblazing.com) “Hype” = “Hyperbole”. Often creating an unrealistic expectation , Hype is hard to live up to and nearly impossible to live down. WHAT: 2016 Nissan Maxima Platinum  (Gen.8, A36) : Lives another day to live down the hype.... Read more »

2014 Buick Regal Turbo - Three Wishes Granted - Review

Two iconic American motoring names: the 2014 Buick Regal Turbo at Milwaukee's Harley Davidson museum. <br> <br> 2014 Regal changes are more than skin deep. There's more power, available all-wheel drive, driver's assist suites, improved cabin materials and interfacing technology. <br> <br> Starting at $33,300, our Smoky Grey Metallic front-drive tester with Premium II feature set rang in at $38,270. Now laying down the gaunlet to premium European and Asian executive sporty sedans.<br>
* * * * * * * * * * * * Sometimes you want to like something a lot more than you do. When “Drive…He Said” last drove the [then] all-new 2012 Buick Regal Turbo, we gave Buick credit for accepting the mantle from the GM’s deep-sixed Saturn division. For a brand ever popular in... Read more »
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