Available in a singular premium trim only, the 2011 Buick Regal CXL features sleek, bold styling, loads of stock equipment, and a high degree of attention paid to every detail. With comfortable seating for five adults, the all new Regal provides plenty of pep, dynamic ride quality and very responsive handling. Out of production since 2004 in the US, the well-known Regal rejoins the Buick line-up to offer stiff competition to the likes of the Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, Volvo S40 and Subaru Legacy. Coincidentally, base pricing between the Regal and all of its main competitors varies by less than $600. The new Regal features pricing suggested by Buick of $26,245.
A spirited 2.4L 4-cylinder engine with direct fuel injection lurks under the hood of the 2011 Regal by Buick. It's mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox with Driver Shift Control, Buick's all-new manual mode. The engine generates 182 horses at 6700 RPM and 172 lb-ft of torque at 4900. EPA estimations for fuel efficiency have not been reported yet. The CXL Regal is front wheel driven and requires 18.7 feet of turning radius.
Standard amenities for the Buick Regal 2011 include:
The Regal CXL 2011 loves its owners and keeps them safe with standard safety features including:
For those that love technology, the 2011 Regal CXL offers plenty of options. The wildly popular hard drive based navigation system with 10 GB of storage for dedicated media is a huge sell point. Consumers also are very fond of the powered sunroof and the harman/kardon audio system upgrade. Exterior measurements of length, width and height are 190.2 x 73.1 x 58.4 inches respectively. With a 3600 pound curb weight, the new Regal travels on a 107.8 inch wheelbase.
On the inside of the elegant cabin of the 2011 Buick Regal, all passengers are pampered with spaciousness, comfort, quietness and confidence. 39 inches of headroom, 57 inches of shoulder room, 55 inches of hip room and 42.1 inches of legroom are offered in the front. The standard luggage capacity is 14.2 cubic feet and located in the trunk. Later this year, Buick is set to release a turbocharged version of the Regal as well.