There’s the Regal Sportback, which looks like a sedan but is actually an innovative hatch with more space. There’s the Regal GS, which has the most powerful engine of the Regal lineup and all you care about is the smiles per mile rating that will make you say “whoa“. And then there’s the Regal TourX, which speaks to the “utility you” thanks to the extra space afforded by the wagon body style and standard intelligent all-wheel drive system… though to be fair, the Regal Sportback offers AWD as an option, while the Regal GS has it standard.
Note the red, white, and blue colors of the three Regal body styles, which reflect the colors of Buick’s tri-shield logo. Bringing color back to the its logo is a recent development, as Buick’s logo was previously monochrome for vehicles sold in North America (it always had the three colors in China). The step is part of a new branding strategy that also involves removing the Buick brand-plate from the rear of the vehicle.
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