There have been some big changes to the Buick Regal sedan—which is no longer a sedan at all. You might not even recognize the new 2018 Buick Regal at first glance, so here are five things you should know about what’s new in this car.
There Are Two Models
The new 2018 Buick Regal comes as two different cars. The first is the Buick Regal Sportback, a five-door hatchback disguised as a sleek sedan. The second is the Buick Regal TourX, a capable and luxurious wagon.
They Come With Strong Engines
Both models of the new Buick Regal come with a standard 250-horsepower, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. The Buick Regal Sportback also comes in a GS version which gets a 310-horsepower, 3.6-liter V6 engine.
The Cabins Are Quiet
With Buick’s Quiet Tuning technology, the cabins of the 2018 Buick Regal TourX and Sportback are peaceful, even on highways.
They Have Great Standard Technology
Each 2018 Buick Regal TourX and Sportback comes with a standard 7-inch color touchscreen with the Buick Infotainment system and a Wi-Fi hotspot.
Standard All-Wheel Drive on the Regal TourX
The 2018 Buick Regal TourX in particular is crafted for adventure, and comes with standard all-wheel drive so that it’s set to travel off road or on slippery pavement with confidence. All-wheel drive is also available on the Buick Regal Sportback.
This is just the beginning of a long list of exciting news about the 2018 Buick Regal Sportback and TourX. Stop in at Ewing Buick GMC in Plano, TX to learn more and to check out these models in person.
Defining vehicle body styles is not as difficult as it may seem. Although different terminology is used for various models, including hatchbacks, coupes, wagons, and more, there are relatively simple distinctions between the various styles. Understanding the various vehicle types will allow you to shop better, and it will help you to understand the jargon of the industry.
Hatchback – with two or four doors, a hatch has a sloped back and a hinged cargo hatch (a trunk liftgate) that opens upwards. These European-inspired designs are usually fuel-efficient space savers.
Coupe – most coupes have two doors and a conventional trunk, as well as a sloped roof. Small sports cars are often referred to as coupes. Technically, the name is designated for cars with less than 33 cu ft of rear interior volume; however, not all manufacturers are so technical.
Convertible – drop the top and feel the wind through your hair. Also called a “cabriolet” in Europe, convertibles come with both soft- and hard-top designs.
Sedan – this is your standard four-door design. Technically, sedans have more than 33 cu ft of rear interior volume, so it is possible to have a two-door sedan. Again, most manufacturers are less technical. Sedans tend to be large and spacious.
Crossover – a blend between a sedan and an SUV, crossovers are usually smaller than their SUV counterparts, and crossovers have sloped roofs. They also have a unibody design, which means the body is attached to the frame.
SUV – these are all-American designs with separate bodies and frames. Built to be large and to have great off-road capabilities, SUVs are iconic. Usually the size gives it away.
These are the most common body styles you will encounter on the road. For more information, stop by Ewing Buick GMC in Plano, TX today.
We here at Ewing Buick GMC have to agree with The Detroit News, which says that the new Buick LaCrosse is “positively not like the stodgy Buicks of old.” Well, we still love the aged Buicks, but the new LaCrosse is definitely something to be very excited about!
First of all, 2015 Buick LaCrosse options are extensive. For buyers who have a strong interest in fuel efficiency, they can pick up the LaCrosse with a four-cylinder, 182-horsepower motor with electric assist. Buyers who want a little more power can obtain the LaCrosse with a V6, nudging the horsepower up to 304.
It should also be known that in a recent survey by Consumer Reports, the Buick LaCrosse was voted to be the most reliable vehicle in its class. In fact, it was the only domestic vehicle to make the list of ten most reliable vehicles.
Add an extremely quiet interior, remote start, and three free months of OnStar 4G LTE, and the new 2015 Buick LaCrosse may be the first car to have it all!