I traded my 2011 Buick Regal in on this 2016 because I loved my 2011 so much. My 2011 was not a turbo & it was a dark gray with black interior. My wife and I wanted a lighter color outside with a light color interior also. We bought it in July 2016 when Buick was giving 20% off on certain models. We used our GM points from our GM card and the discount on the car listed for 31,000 we paid $23,300 for it. I could not pass up that deal up. The color was Champagne Silver with cashmere leather interior. I love the changes & improvements they have made since 2011. My 2016 drives smoother and is quieter & the turbo engine is great. It is real easy to use all of the features this car has to offer. I can get in this car & drive it on a long trip & feel comfortable the whole time. This is only one the second Buick I have owened. I have been driving since 1972 & have owened a lot of cars & trucks over the years both foreign & domestic. We have 5 vehicles now & the Buick is by far my favorite to drive. I have test driven other mid sized sedans but I like the Regal best.
love the way handles on ice or snow,,,the engine gives nice performance and smooth driving expirence ,,,one of best cars owned in long time,,,meant for folks who like to drive .... Wrote that last line about year ago,,and nothing has changed,,great car,,,Buick is coming out with all new regal for 18, but hope it can do what this car does,,very impressed with this car,,and I have owned many autos over years,,,well over 30,,,and this ranks as one of best ever owned...
Never thought I'be be buying a Buick but i really love this car. It drives great. If you live in snowy New England, this car is a great way to have great traction without having to have an SUV. This car matches up well with the Audi A4 at almost $10,000 less. And it uses regular gas!
Four months ago I leased a 2016 Buick regal 4 cylinder turbo. I thought it was a little overpriced and the ride a little too stiff. Also the blind spot monitoring in the side view mirrors lacks an audible signal which I have in my other cars and has literally saved my life. Still, it looked good inside and out , and my wife loved the red paint job, so I went ahead. WRONG!. After leasing Hondas and Toyotas for the past 15 years without a hint of a problem, in less than 1500 miles--THE TRANSMISSION BLEW! Now I don't want the repaired car- at 79 years old I don't need the hassle of another problem sometime in the next 3 years of the lease. But of course Buick and the dealer make you sweat blood to get a new one, so I guess I'm stuck, AVOID MY MISTAKE! Stick with the Japanese cars!