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2018 Buick Regal TourX

MPG

City 21 MPG Hwy 29 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.3 (out of 5)
Value 4.3
Exterior 4.6
Interior 4.3
Comfort 4.5
Performance 4.4
Reliability 4.5
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Love It So Far...

by Special Deluxe from CHARLESTOWN | January 23, 2020

Saw one of these on the highway returning from the Holidays and thought it was a BMW. When I got home I looked it up. I drive a 2013 Honda Pilot about 27,000 miles a year, mostly commuting. The miles are racking up and I don't want to buy another SUV for my towing requirements. I will split the miles between the vehicles with the Buick as my main commuter car. I found a 2018 nicely optioned Preferred at a dealer that had been used as a loaner car. I got a great price on it and it has the remainder of all the warranties. The Good: Great styling and performance. I use the manual shift when merging or passing and this thing really moves. Power band starts to peak at 3000 rpm. Use it! Also, put the car in manual mode at a light and the auto-stop is disabled. Good Bose system. The OK: Small mirrors inside and out. Worried about blind spots. Inside rear view auto dimming feature isn't very effective to my eyes. The backup camera, however, is superb! Very low to the ground. I am 6'2" and weigh 215. This car is really low compared to my Pilot, but I knew that going in. Driver's door hits the frozen snow bank on the curb when I park on the street. The Not So Good: No compact spare. Not unique to this vehicle. I went online to the Buick Forum and figured out which compact spare will work. I am picking one up at a local salvage yard. Roof rack looks like it was designed by a different company. I need a roof rack for my SUP, but I don't want to buy the factory one. Hope there are aftermarket towers that fit the rails. Lack of interior storage. Large door bins, but not my preferred storage area. Overall: I really hope this car lives up to its promise. I plan to limit the miles to maximize the warranty coverage. I usually buy new and drive a car between 150000 and 200000 miles depending on reliability and annual repair bills, so we'll see. Not sure how much value this car will retain, as GM has already stopped marketing it.

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Love the care however the Defrost...

by Station wagon from Baltimore, md | January 02, 2020

I love my car and I get lots of compliments. My new normal is to find some man standing outside my car admiring the Buick station wagon. However it takes 20 minutes each morning to defrost the car. The purpose of the remote start is to warm the car and defrost the windows. He doesn’t do that all all. It puts and extra 20 minutes on my commute waiting for the window to defrost

*****
Better than an SUV

by Bsquare from Rochester, NY | November 27, 2019

Really like this car. It has great room, nice power, smooth ride but handles like a sports sedan. Gas mileage is good in the city, great on the highway. Have the Preferred trim and wish it had heated seats (which come standard on much less expensive cars). Had dealer install seat heaters which work very well. Had an early, wet 10-12" snow this year and the car handled great with the standard tires. I think the car stands out from the SUVs out there and it's every bit as useful with better handling and gas mileage.

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2018 Buick Regal TourX Overview

The 2018 Buick Regal TourX is an all-new, wagon variant of the regular midsize Regal sedan. It is powered by a 250-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Maximum cargo capacity is 73.5 cubic feet with the rear seat folded down.

Three trims are available: the TourX, Preferred, and Essence.