There’s very little the 2020 Buick Regal doesn’t attempt to do, and that is okay with us. This couple—a fair size fastback and a high-riding wagon—make a convincing option in contrast to regular vehicles and hybrids, however a few eccentricities in the trim-level structure causes finding the adaptations we to suggest a test.
The Regal line moves into 2020 with couple of prominent changes and stays accessible in base, Preferred, Preferred II, Essence, and Avenir trim levels. All depend on an European-showcase structure by Opel, which Buick parent General Motors once claimed.
The base Regal sportback and TourX wagon utilize a 250-torque turbo-4, while the sportier Regal GS uses a 310-hp V-6. An innovative all-wheel-drive framework goes ahead most Regals, however front-wheel drive is standard on the base vehicle. Speeding up and ride quality are great regardless of the identification on the back, and the Regal GS flaunts sports vehicle evaluation moves that nearly misrepresent its heavy check weight.
The Regal’s inside offers conventional space yet simply normal materials and tender loving care. Extensive sound stifling enables the lodge to feel progressively sumptuous.
Gear shrewd, the Regal is a diverse assortment. Standard 7.0-inch and discretionary 8.0-inch touchscreens function admirably either all alone or with an Apple or Android gadget connected. A remote charging cushion is accessible. The Regal hasn’t been crash tried, and Buick’s emphasis on walling off dynamic wellbeing highlights we consider fundamental in just the top trim levels is a head-scratcher since adversaries make highlights, for example, programmed crisis braking standard passage.
No Regal is particularly frugal with regards to mileage. The greenest front-drive variants check in at 26 mpg joined, while the GS is a guzzler at only 22 mpg consolidated. Expensive premium unleaded fuel is suggested.
2020 Buick Regal Interior Gallery