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Used 2011 Buick Regal CXL for Sale

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2011 Buick
Regal

$13,899* 28K miles
CarMax Brandywine
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
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Location: CarMax Brandywine in Brandywine, Maryland 20613
Description: Used 2011 Buick Regal CXL for sale - $13,899, 28,372 miles with Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Harman Kardon Sound, Parking Sensors, Navigation System, Front Seat Heaters
Transmission: Automatic Color:Tan Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (4.08 reviews) Every time I go to get in my car I say out loud, �I love this car� For the money (and this is key), I don�t think there is a more stylish car on the road. I�m often mistaken for a Lexus, Mercedes, Acura or BMW (All great cars that I would love to or have once owned). But my Buick has the satisfaction of being a domestic. Previously associated as a �grandpa car�, the Buick built a reputation for quality as a �sensible choice" for people who grew up on a desire for value and reliability. These are qualities that never go out of style. However, this definitely isn't your daddy's (or grandpa's) Buick. It has the look inside and out of a much pricier car, handles well in all weather, gives me the bells and whistles I have worked so long and hard to deserve and has so far proven to have the power I need to get out of tight spots on the freeway. Improvements I would like to see are: Better gas mileage (why I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars on performance). I get about 19 MPG. Not great, but not the worst I have ever had. I would like to see more sophisticated touch screen technology instead of the sometimes clumsy button system they have opted for. This is especially true of the navigation system which would take considerably less time if I could use it more like my iPad or iPhone. As with every American car I have ever owned, the Buick has the slightest lag between pressing on the gas and the burst of power. These are not great cars �off the line�, but are zippy once at speed and asked to give it a little more. I would like to see keyless ignition on the next one (which already may be a reality as I have the 2011). On my particular model, the black leather seats with white stich are sexy and comfortable (especially when you turn on the seat warmers, which are fast and efficient. The racy rims and tinted windows make the Regal almost Jaguar-esque. The auto trunk opener is a godsend for parcels and at the holidays with room enough to fit everything I need. Guests comment on the comfort of the back seat and the luxurious feel of the car (one exception, tall people have to sit low in the seat). The individual climate controls make it even more impressive. I highly recommend the sunroof and appreciate the little details like the bug & debris screen that pops up to keep air in and the rest of nature out. So far my experience has been in line with the other positive reviews I read before I bought mine and as I look out the window form my house and see that silver beauty in my driveway once again I�m compelled to say, �I love that car.�

Reviews for 2011 Buick Regal

Overall Rating

4.1 out of 5(25 reviews)

Pretty good car for getting around town

This car seems rather sporty since we have always had larger vehicles. My wife feels better in it when parking it. She also likes how it handles.

- Anonymous, 2011 Buick Regal

2011 Regal CXL Turbo -- awesome!

Having previously owned various German and Japanese makes, I can say that this is a standout vehicle and a great value (especially used via CARMAX). Don't let the Buick grille fool you -- this is an award-winning, autobahn-bred Opel Insignia from Germany! From all I've read, the Turbo is the one to get (not the base 2.4-liter). Unlike BMW 3-series, the Regal runs on regular gas and with smoother riding regular tires (NOT run-flats). The interior is far nicer than BMW, while the turbo 2.0 motor has more low-end torque and a broad mid-range power band. It is amazingly quiet as well. As with most Euro-sedans, it has a few quirks (some non-intuitive controls, firm seats, and less than ideal cupholders), but features a beautiful, aero look that seems very up-to-date. While not quite the "driver's car" as is a rear-drive sports sedan, the CXL exhibits no front-drive torque steer and has wonderfully neutral steering and handling. Plus it has many standard features that you would have to pay extra for in other makes, and some that are not even offered elsewhere. Do yourself a favor and check out the new Buick Regal. It is NOT your grandfather's Buick, that's for sure!

- Luis, 2011 Buick Regal

It's a very good car

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

- Carguy from birth, 2011 Buick Regal

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.