It seems that today Buick staff revealed the price for its new car 2011 Buick Regal, which was estimated for $26,995, also including $750 in destination charges, price which is similar with the 2010 La Crosse.
The version we will see on market for this car is the Regal full-tilt CXL trim, which has a 220-hp 2.0-liter I-4, features that increases the price to $29,495. The car has a six-speed automatic transmission.
The CXL will be equipped with 18-inch wheels, leather seats with heaters for the front passengers, Bluetooth phone connectivity, USB audio input, XM satellite radio, and Onstar. Optionally, you can have a navigation system and a premium audio system from Harmon Kardon.
Moreover, Buick will built a Regal CX model with a price more accessible of $24,000. Other production models, built in Germany, are set to arrive to dealers next spring.
Thanks to our reader, Stefan
The Buick Regal GS Show Car took to the stage at this month’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It’s still a concept car at this point, but the Regal GS is positioned to help bring back Buick’s performance image. While at the show Jim Federico, Global Chief Engineer for the Regal Show Car, showed off the interior and exterior design components in this video:
Image source: automobilemag.com