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.
2013 Buick RegalKatherine Parramore - SOUTH RIDING, VA02/03/2016
It's superb - classy European styling (think it's built on the Opel chassis) smooth firm ride, handles well -- turbo makes for that "there when you need it" oopmh. Nice to see Buick make good cars again. Was a steal with only 13k on it. MPG is higher than what they tell you and on a turbo it's usually lower. One thing I really appreciate is the "non busy" steering wheel -- some of them have so many shiny buttons they rattle your brain. The whole look and feel of the cabin is soothing. Happy Happy Happy with this purchase!
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