Buick Rebate Cuts Regal TourX Price By 16 Percent In September 20196
Buick Regal sales decreased 34 percent to 2,985 units in the second quarter of 2019. It’s unclear how Regal TourX sales fared in this chain of events, since GM doesn’t break out Regal sales by model variant, but the results do put an end to the aggressive sales growth of the Regal nameplate over the past few quarters as the nameplate’s sales performance falls back to more closely align with current market trends that see consumers shift away from passenger cars and toward crossovers and SUVs. And now, in a potential effort to reverse the downward trend, a new Buick rebate drops the price of a Regal TourX wagon 16 percent below MSRP in September 2019.
The nationwide Buick rebate on the 2019 Regal TourX is 16 percent below MSRP for current GM owners when financing with GM Financial. To qualify, a buyer must be a current owner of a 2005 or newer GM vehicle.
This deal is applicable to “most” 2019 Buick TourX models, though it’s unclear what “most” means in this context. For reference, here are the 2019 Buick TourX models and their respective MSRPs:
- TourX 1SV (Base) – $29,995
- Preferred – $33,595
- Essence – $35,995
When the headline-making Buick rebate is applied to a TourX Essence model with an MSRP of $39,730, the starting price falls by more than $6,000 using the following incentives: $1,349 price reduction below MSRP + $5,008 purchase allowance = $6,357 total discount.
- Must take delivery by September 30th, 2019.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
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About Buick Regal
TheÂ Buick RegalÂ is a midsize-sizeÂ premiumÂ passenger vehicleÂ line that is currently in its sixth generation and slots above the compact Excelle and Verano (in China) and below the full-size LaCrosse (in North America and in China).Â The Regal family currentlyÂ consists of the following models:
- Regal Sportback - a four-door Regal sedan with a liftback trunk
- Regal GS -Â a four-door Regal Sportback with several performance upgrades
- Regal TourX - a five-door ruggedized wagon
Buick revealed the all-new RegalÂ in April 2017 at the New York Auto Show andÂ the vehiclesÂ launched for the 2018 model year. The sixth-gen model is based onÂ theÂ GM E2Â platform, which also underpins the 2016 and newerÂ Chevrolet MalibuÂ and upcomingÂ Cadillac XT4.Â The Regal is also sold as theÂ second-generation Opel-Vauxhall InsigniaÂ and the NGÂ 2018 Holden CommodoreÂ in Australia and New Zealand by GM subsidiaryÂ Holden.
Prior to the launch of the sixth-gen model, the fifth-generation Regal was available for a total of seven model years, from 2011 thru 2017.Â That model rode on theÂ GM Epsilon II platformÂ also shared with the first-gen Opel-Vauxhall Insignia and eighth-generation Malibu.
For the 2019 model year, the Buick Regal family gets a new Avenir trim level, along with Whisper Beige seats with Ebony interior accents for the Regal Sportback as well as a newÂ cabin air ionizerÂ for the Sportback and TourX models.
The sixth-gen Buick Regal is built at the following facilities:
- Opel RÃ¼sselsheim plantÂ in Germany, satisfying North American markets, and
- Shanghai-GM Jinqiao South plant operated byÂ GM ChinaÂ and its partner, SAIC,Â satisfyingÂ the Chinese market
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I went to a total of 4 Buick\GMC dealers this past weekend and not one of them had a single Regal of any kind in stock. This car deserves so much better and I can’t help but wonder if this cars waning popularity is due to it’s ties with GM and Opel which is now PSA and the uncertain future this car has.
I used the Buick online vehicle finder and only 1 TourX came up for the Philadelphia region. They can’t sell the wagon if there are no wagons to sell.
And GM will no doubt cancel it and claim it’s because of low demand. Meanwhile, Subaru can’t build Outbacks fast enough. GM has done nothing to promote the Regal Sportback or TourX.
It’s for NON GM owners
I took advantage of a deep discount on a new loaded 2018 TourX Essence. It will likely take a few years before I know if the desire to own one of the last GM-based Opels was a mistake. On the plus side, this is quite different from the “Saturn” Astra debacle, where GM dumped a precious few (less than 20,000) of those into the US before abandoning the car and eventually their owners. With 180,000+ Insignia-Regals already in the US and continuing to sell (for now), parts should be reasonably available for years. Another plus is the excellent 2.0 liter turbo LTG Ecotec engine, popular throughout the GM lineup.
This TourX is great fun; like driving a BMW 5-series wagon (which you can’t even get in the US!) at a Chevy price. Maybe better. With any luck it’ll turn out to be less of a headache than every BMW I’ve owned.
great looking cars made in foreign countries by foreign workers while AMERICAN workers are given pink slips — you will not find any in my garage