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2011 Buick Regal

2011 Buick Regal Review

(4 Stars)  When better Buicks are built

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The Buick Regal has been one of the best selling of all Buick models through the years. This midsized sedan has been a favorite in the United States and has won many awards abroad as well. The newest Regal model is a using a shorter wheelbase than in the past and this causes tighter quarters in the back seat but there is still plenty of leg room. Through all the changes going on at GM the Buick brand is now back and it seems stronger than ever.

The new Regal is going to be marketed as Buicks sports sedan and this may mean that there are many more changes coming to this classic from Buick before we see it in 2011. One thing is for sure and that is that the Regal will still be a very important part of the Buick family of automobiles, but it may look a lot different after it undergoes some cosmetic changes and maybe even a complete overhaul under the hood. The new release of the Buick Regal is said to personify the new upscale image that Buick is trying to uphold, the changes may be drastic.

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2011 Buick Regal Video Clips

The Opel-based Regal is the smallest Buick entry in recent years. With a European chassis and an engine line-up of normally aspirated and turbocharged four-cylinders, it should go a long way toward redefining Buick. 
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