The Buick Regal Turbo is a sleeper. It features European car handling, sporty performance, luxury & Lexus quiet ride at a highly attractive price. I am pleasantly surprised and extremely pleased with this car. It was designed in Germany by Opel (GM Europe) and sells elsewhere in the world as the Opel Insignia. This car has received rave reviews and German quality awards. For many years we were wishing that GM would bring vehicles from Europe to USA as-is and they finally did it. The same is true for the Buick Verano. Drive one....you'l be very surprised.
It's an around great car. It has amazing features at an affordable price. It's name speaks for itdelf "BUICK"!!! It's cell phone technology is a huge plus. It allows you to operate the car using your mobile phone. It's great on gas & it rides very smooth. I couldn't have picked a better car.
Wonder car however the wrong steering wheel on car
2011 Buick LaCrosseGenevia Hill - Greenville, NC02/17/2017
I would recommend this car to a friend and have however; I purchased the car about 4 months ago, before my 30 day grace period was up and multiple trips to 2 different services departments I found out the company put the wrong steering wheel on my car causing the heating element not to work. Well, this was a crazy winter and needless to say I still do no have the right steering wheel...not heat flowing and it is almost Spring.
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