Buick, at least in the U.S., is a brand that has traditionally skewed a bit older. I’m not sure there’s a recent Buick that makes that vague bit of demographic data come to life more than the 2005-2011 Buick Lucerne, a car that is essentially the very concept of responsible, suburban aging turned into metal.
It’s been hit after hit for the new Buick Regal. Not only did General Motors get it to look decent and throw in a hatchback, they even managed to get it to us in wagon form. Well, close enough, at least, with the faux-crossover TourX. Now we’ve got what’s probably a preview of the new Regal GS, and yeah, it’s still…
Buicks aren’t all boring, and they’re not just for the elderly. This youthful little kitten found one roomy enough to climb up in, and a local dealership had to pry the sweet thing out of there after the car’s owner—and other folks at stoplights—heard some loud meowing coming from somewhere near the wheel well.
See America from behind the wheel of a LeSabre!
The recently introduced 2018 Buick Regal Sportback and TourX (wagon) are lovely Buick machines, and it didn’t take long for word to slip of a possible continuation of the Regal GS model. The question then became how far GM would take it, and some have answered “335 horsepower Camaro V6!” and that answer is probably…
The Mazda6 is a very nicely made car that handles extremely well for when you need a dash of sportiness in your midsize sedan experience. It falls down as a true enthusiast car because it’s not even remotely quick. If you are looking for a front-drive four-door and some real zip, go check out a Buick Regal GS instead.
The weekend is over! Back to work today in your Buick Regal Coupe.
The next generation Buick Regal is shaping up to be one sleek luxury car from General Motors’ entry-luxury brand. Now turns out the American Regal might not be a sedan at all, but rather only offered in Sportback or wagon variants. Hooray for superior body styles!
Word has it Buick is about to take an earnest pass at rebuilding its brand with an all-new Regal sedan set to bow in the near future. Everyone seems to think it will be a version of the newly revealed Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport, and I can’t think of a better way to make Buick awesome again.
This, dear reader, is a 2018 Opel Insignia Sports Tourer. If you live in America there’s a good chance you don’t care what a new Opel wagon looks like because you assume you can’t buy one anyway. But you might be able to, soon! Because word on the street is this thing is the next Buick Regal wagon.
On Thanksgiving, Stacy Omelianoff parked her Buick Lucerne in front of her friend’s apartment in the Koreatown area of Los Angles. While she was enjoying the holiday with friends, a woman spent a total of six hours methodically vandalizing the car. It’s all caught on surveillance video, and it’s strangely disturbing.
Stanford and Patty Kipping had a hard choice to make: keep making the $95 monthly payments on their 1998 Buick, or pay for the increased costs of their prescription medicines. They couldn’t do both. So the couple, 82 and 70, were ready to lose their Buick to the bank—until one very kind repo man stepped up to save the…