Buick Regal 2017 – The Mid-Size Luxury Sedan

The Buick Regal 2017 is a top motor medium range set by Buick for Model 1973, the North American production ended in 2004 and again in 2011. For the model year 2011, Buick Regal resettled on the North American market, positioned as A sporty premium sedan. Production and sales in China continued since 1999.

On April 4, 2017, a new 2017 Buick Regal is the sixth generation at the Dome Design in Warren, Michigan, as a 2018 model in versions hatchback and wagon. Similar to the previous generation, it will be linked to the Opel and Vauxhall Insignia sales in Europe, and as the previous generation, the vehicles will manufacture in Germany.

2017 Buick Regal CXL

Regal debut in North America with only one engine injected the DOHC I4 ECOTEC 2.4L Directly estimated at 182 kW (136 kW) and torque of 172 lb-ft (233 N·m). The 2.4L engine is connected to an automatic six-speed GM Hydra-Matic 6T45 gearbox. North American production in 2017 is offered in one level, the so-called CXL, and is offered with two engine choices and seven packages of options. Buick plans to provide a lower level of the cut called CX with lap seats and a higher level of the cut called CXS, but these pruning levels are not yet offered.

2017 Buick Regal CXL Turbo

CXL Turbo is equipped with an ECOTEC I4 DOHC direct injection 2.0L turbocharger estimated at 220 kW (164 kW) and 258 lb-ft (350 Nm) of torque coupled to an AF40 Aisin six-speed automatic or ‘ A six handbag, making the Regal Turbo the first model of Buick in 22 years with a handbag. The 2.0L turbo is the first production engine with direct injection turbocharger capable of mixing a mixture of petrol or E85 ethanol.

Buick Regal 2017 GS

At the International Motor Show North America 2010 Detroit Show, GM has a GS version of the Regal based on Opel Insignia OPC and Vauxhall Insignia VXR. The concept has a 2.0 liter, 270 kW (200 kW), 295 lb · ft (400 N·m) high efficiency, turbo DOHC I4, a six-speed gearbox and AWD manual.

The production Buick Regal  GS leaves most specifications intact, but the concept is a front wheel drive. The GS has the Buick Drive interactive system with GS, a choice of manual FGP Germany F40-6 six-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed Aisin AF-40 (G2), high-performance brakes Brembo front calipers And high-performance verification. The 19-inch wheels are standard and 20-inch forged aluminum wheels are available. The GS is expected to accelerate from zero to 60 miles per hour in under seven seconds. The production version is equipped with a high-performance ECOTEC 2.0L turbo GS version only engine with 270 kW (201 kW) and 400 KM torque of 400 km. The GM LHU engine used in the GS trim is 135 kW per liter – the highest specific output Buick ever. The HS is for sale in autumn 2011 as a 2012 model.

Buick Regal 2017 Model

Buick Regal 2017 Model

GM variant of Shanghai Regal GS is available for sale in China on September 15, 2011. Buick Regal 2017 is located. The output of the 2.0L SIDI turbo engine is 162 kW (217 kW), about 40 kW less than the US model of production. The torque is 350 Nm meters (258 lb-ft). And the maximum speed is known as 232 km / h.

Buick Regal Grand National 2017

Buick Regal Grand National 2017

Only a wheel model is offered beforehand. There are also internal and external differences between American and Chinese models. By 2016, Regal added a new sports tour edition that included an aluminum pocket wheel 18 inches and a unique back pressure wing lip.

Buick Regal 2017 Sportback

The hatchback version of the Regal, now under the name of Buick Regal 2017 Sportback, is the replacement for the Regal sedan and Verano, although its design has a feature of sedan type based on its appearance. It will increase in size and will be about 300 to 500 pounds lighter than the current Regal.

Buick Regal 2017 TourX

The wagon variant named Regal TourX is also offered and will be on sale with the backstroke, marking the first time since the end of Road Master in 1996 that Buick has a car in its range. The Buick Regal 2017 TourX will compete with the Volvo XC60 Landrace, the Audi A4 Allroad, Subaru Outback was and the BMW 3 Series, offering 73.5 cubic feet of storage space behind the front seats, but Buick Regal will be delivered in all-wheel drive, With a turbocharged 2.0-liter four cylinder coupled to an automatic eight-speed gearbox.

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