Earlier this week, we uncovered that General Motors filed a trademark application for REGAL TOURX, whetting the appetites of wagon lovers all over North America that Buick will (finally) introduce a wagon version of its Regal midsizer. But the question remains whether or not such a vehicle would pique the interests of car buyers at large.
If introduced, it’s extremely likely that a Regal wagon will be a rebadged version of the second-generation Opel-Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer (first-generation pictured above), while the sedan version of the second-gen Insignia will become the 2017 Buick Regal sedan.
Back to the matter at hand: a Regal wagon would fill a niche abandoned by the likes of the Acura TSX Wagon and indirectly by GM’s own Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon. On the other, a wagon does not carry the sexiest of associations in the U.S., which could be problematic for a brand attempting to recreate its image.
So, we’ll bring it to the GM Authority Army for a vote: would you like to see a Buick Regal Wagon? Vote in the poll below and share your opinion in the comments.