Posts tagged "Buick"

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 Beijing and retirement communities, the Opel Insignia-based front-drive executive sedan was an... Read more »

2012 Buick Regal GS - Making Amends with Power Density

As is "de rigeur" for the "creme de le creme" of Buicks, the Regal GS gets hood portholes just aft of the A-pillars. We can live with this "Buick Bling" far more than with the fender located pieces of the past.
In a recent review of the 2012 Buick Regal Turbo we, here at “Drive…He Said,” praised General Motors’ Teutonic (if Canadian assembled) effort at a premium mid sized executive sedan. We gushed over the exterior and the overall high quality of build. We were smitten by a driving enthusiast’s oriented interior, and an electronically adjustable... Read more »

2012 Buick Regal Turbo - A Princely Rose By Another Name

Mercifully, Buick spares Regal Turbo owners the dubious distinction of hood or fender portholes.
Clearly, folks at General Motor’s Buick Division have taken William Shakespeare to heart. For now, the resurgent Buick, darling of the Chinese (dating back to the early last century/ Century),  has added to its North American range that,  which smells as sweet as a “rose”, known elsewhere as the vaunted Opel/ Vauxhall Insignia. And to... Read more »
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