We all know 2014 marks the best General Motors lineup ever − maybe we can’t wax poetic like GM’s 1955 or 1965 lineup, but today’s models from the General are far away much more of a world-class standard. But among the vehicles that are sold in the U.S., some get more notice than others. Which GM product is the most underrated?
According to Leftlane News, the Buick Regal is the GM vehicle that’s worth a look but is often overlooked by “entry-luxury rivals with more prestigious nameplates.” They like the Regal’s new-for-2014 standard 259-horsepower turbo four that, when combined with a “balanced chassis” and “tastefully understated styling,” makes for an attractive and desirable package that deserves more notice.
One minor criticism they have is about the option packages available for the Regal, which they feel may push the price up into the stratosphere and reduce the value that the Regal offers. Sounds like a Porsche, which didn’t make Leftlane‘s list because they’re usually the opposite of underrated.