Buick Regal

December 4th, 2013 · 0 Comments · Buick

Buick Regal – The Buick Regal is a mid-size sedan that offers more luxury than most of its competition, but not as many as luxury carmakers reliable appointments. The Regal is sportier than the area of LaCrosse and Verano. Currently, the front-wheel drive is offered, but 2014 models feature four-wheel drive. The Buick Regal nameplate dates back to the early 1970s. In 1973, GM introduced the shelf as a two-door coupe sedan spun century as a car  personal luxury  along the lines of the Thunderbird. The shelf later added a four-door sedan and both were sold with V-6 or V-8 engines. The second generation of the shelf came in 1978 and earned a reputation for being a bit sporty, thanks to its three -speed manual-sold and Turbo models like the Regal T -Type, Grand National and GNX.

In 1988 the third generation Buick Regal was launched on a platform of the front wheel of the new unit to life, this time. This version both went and returned to Regal tradition-as a front-wheel drive for the first time, but once again only offered as a coupe. Performance fans saw elsewhere and that it is not a turbo V- or V option -8-6 and finally began to decline in sales. A sedan version was introduced in 1990 again. When the fourth generation Regal was in 1997, Buick was no longer offers a coupe and no V-8 option. However, a new compressor model with 240 hp on tap was launched called GS. An update called Performance Package SLP GSX the dealer was presented this GS model, the performance increase to 270 hp and the addition of a range of performance accessories. Production of the fourth generation Buick Regal was finally extinguished in 2004. The palate has very popular made his return in the 2011 model year, which is essentially a rebadged Opel Insignia sedan. In fact, the shelf was initially planned as a replacement for the Saturn Aura sedan, but the GM division was closed in 2009, before he has to offer the four-door.

The fifth generation resulting shelving competitively priced compared to competitors like the Acura TSX, Volkswagen Passat and the new Volvo S60. It has offered almost nothing in common with the namesakes of the past and in a few different flavors. In its first year, the model, the Regal came with either a 2.4 -liter model naturally aspirated or 220-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged four. Called high-performance turbo version for the 2012 model year brought the Buick Regal GS 270 horsepower on the table, along with an adjustable suspension and striking fit and styling treatments. A late model year, a version with a mild hybrid system called eAssist, with a 2.4-liter four-cylinder along with lithium -ion batteries, the recovery of energy from regenerative braking, a little extra effort to add torque and fuel economy of 25/36 mpg. For 2013, the eAssist hybrid system was the standard drive train.

All engines feature direct injection and are paired with a six-speed automatic transmission with manual shift control. The current shelf was rated as very good, with supplement our editors aerodynamic style, neutral handling with front wheel drive and turbo boost output of the new GS. Rear space is a massage for older passengers-Regal head-and legroom in the back row are not as good as some of the mass-market four-door sedans. Safety notes were excellent, however and each shelf has a nice set of standard features, the satellite radio for leather. For model year 2013, the Buick Regal lineup is simplified in three models , the eAssist mild hybrid is the core issue, feed it with the 2.0-liter turbo four deluxe editions, either in the form of 220 horsepower or 270 horsepower. A telephone interface controls Intellilink LCD touchscreen driven, audio and navigation when available-and  the foreclosed properties in the past few years together  can now be ordered with the navigation system.

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Buick Regal brings all the wheels on the shelf Formation GS and Turbo 2014 includes as part of a mid-cycle update, the new infotainment systems and some security updates. Inside, a new system for the eight -inch touch screen guides the board and it is a new 4.2-inch screen between indicators, new materials and embellishments help spice up the cabin, too. The power for the DC model has been reduced to 259 hp to 39 hp, however, is for the turbo, the 259th The new security features for 2014 a standard rear view camera system plus optional adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitors, a warning system for lane departure warning system and a head-on collision.


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