Tuesday, June 27, 2017

2018 Buick Regal Tour-X pricing

The base model for the all new Buick Regal TourX AWD wagon will start at around $30 000.

Which is not bad at all.
Just about $3000 more than a base 2018 Subaru Outback. The Buick comes standard with a 2.0 Liter Turbo with 250HP and 8 speed auto. Much more than the Outback's 175HP.

It is also about $16 000 less than the Audi Allroad! Which is a raised up A4 wagon.
( I did drive the A4 wagon in Europe for a few days last year and wasn't that impressed with it. At all.)
And about $13 000 less than the Volvo V60 Cross Country.

I really think the Buick's pricing is quite amazing. I have been very impressed with the previous generation Regal. Which is really close in quality and driving pleasure to what Audi offers in the A4. (Plus more style)
So pricing it over $15 000 less than the Audi is great.
Being an Opel Insignia and imported, you basically get a German made/engineered/designed car.

Other Buick Tour X modes are the "Preferred 1sb" package at $33 575.
And the top of the line "Essence" for $35 945.
All still much less than the base Audi or Volvo.

I really cannot wait to see this...





7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonder how secure that kayak is at highway speeds? I wouldn't want to be behind it.

Gromit said...

I see it's stolen the odd excrescences at the top of the black wheel arch trim from Land Rover. See the Discovery Sport and the RR Evoque.

Does anyone know what they are and what they're for? And why they've shown up here?

Doug F said...

And really, which would you rather have, this German designed and build AWD wagon, or a much more expensive Chinese designed and built Envision? The FWD 2.5L non turbo Envision STARTS at $35k...

FusioptimaSX said...

That's pretty amazing!

Vince Burlapp said...

I agree about the Envision. Every "rare" time I see one, I am actually surprised how little presence it has on the road.

Anonymous said...

And really, which would you rather have, this German designed and build AWD wagon, or a much more expensive Chinese designed and built Envision?



Um, let me think.....um......NEITHER!

Anonymous said...

I, for one, love it. Particularly in that dark red I'm seeing on the web page.

I see the Sportback is up on the Buick page. Wonder when we'll get real solid news on all things GS.