Pricing comes from a Cars Direct report published Wednesday after sourcing the car’s order guide. The price point places the Regal Avenir above the Essence trim, but beneath the GS, which starts at $39,995. All prices include a $925 destination fee. Regal Avenirs also reflect a $10,200 price jump over a base Regal Sportback sedan; the Avenir trim will not be offered on the Regal TourX wagon.
Stepping up to the Regal Avenir will net buyers unique exterior and interior style cues and additional features. On the outside, 19-inch Pearl Nickel wheels fill the car’s arches and a 3D-mesh grille sits at the front. Inside, “Avenir” is stitched into the diamond-quilted seats.
All Regal Avenirs feature the Driver Confidence Package I as standard, which is a $1,580 option for Regal Essence trims. The package includes wireless charging, a suite of active safety features, auto-leveling and LED headlights and heated exterior mirrors.
Thus far, Avenir has been a smash hit for Buick, particularly with the Buick Enclave Avenir. However, even the LaCrosse Avenir has shown some signs of life, too. Eventually, the Avenir trim will make its way to more Buicks, but not every vehicle will receive it. The Regal Avenir will make its way to dealers in early fall.