Wife and I have driven our 2011 Regal-T CXL coast-to-coast twice, odometer about to register 40,000 miles. Only niggling item related to comfort is ocasionally wish front seat cushions were about an inch longer. Otherwise a great driving car. Surprising/satisfactory performance from the 2.0L turbo engine. Trunk holds a lot. Regular 87 gas used all the time. Actual mpg beats the EPA averages - we easily see 25mpg around town; 31 highway cruising (usually 5mph over limits). Biggest annoyance: didn't have HOMELINK (guess because it was an early build in Germany). 2012s fix that item
Great car--one of my all-time favorite cars.
2011 Buick RegalJerry - Dolton, IL10/20/2014
Drives and handles great, has sufficient power, good visibility (especially for a mid-size car).
Consumer Reports says avoid 2011 Regal
2011 Buick Regal - 08/12/2012
There is a reason this car is priced so cheaply. Check the history. Buick has seriously improved it so go get a 2012
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