2018 Buick Regal Sportback First Drive: It’s a Buick Again ""

By | December 18, 2017

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Flashback to 2009: Despite offering just two sleepy sedans and one three-row crossover, Buick survived General Motors’ bankruptcy-related restructuring wherein the company euthanized nearly half of its brand portfolio. Buick was then charged with expanding into new segments to fill the chasm between Chevrolet and Cadillac products, an endeavor that occasionally prompts Buick to engage its global partners to achieve—including the 2011 Regal, a mid-size sedan based on the Opel Insignia. The Regal/Insignia was a lovely enough thing, if not exactly what Americans expected in a Buick, what with its taut European suspension, four-cylinder-only engine lineup, and small rear seat. It was remarkably fun to drive, especially in the turbocharged Regal Turbo and GS models that would come later, but they felt about as Buick-like as a BMX bike. READ MORE ››



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