2012 Buick Regal offer the new improvement and more redesign if compared with its predecessor last year. Now released by more standard features which capable to display the premium performance in upscale midsize car class. Some reviewers like this sedan from its sporty handling, top fuel economy on eAssist Technology model. Unfortunately, youâ€™ll not find all-wheel drive, without rearview camera, and the trunk too cramped as well as the rear head room for some adults with big or tall posture. The difference between 2011 Buick Regal use trims level and 2012 Buick Regal use equipment groups recently.ï»¿
Two engine performance on 2012 Buick Regal, first is 2.4L ECOTECÂ® 4-cylinder engine that generates 182 horsepower & 172 lb-ft of torque for 31 mpg highway EPA estimates (standard on base and Premium model), then second is 2.0L Turbo ECOTECÂ® DOHC 4-cylinder engine that generates 220 hp & 260 lb-ft of torque for 29 automatic/32 manual mpg highway (standard on Regal Turbo) and 270 hp & 295 lb-ft of torque for 26 automatic/27 manual mpg highway (standard on Regal GS).
While its transmissions of 2012 Buick Regal come with four different, 6-speed automatic transmission (standard on base and Premium group), 6-speed automatic transmission for eAssist (optional on base and Premium), 6-speed automatic transmission (standard on Turbo), and 6-speed manual transmission (standard on Regal GS and available on Turbo).
The ultimate highlight for 2012 Buick Regal, several examples such as: 19″ twin-spoke alloy wheels, Universal Home Remote, air bag system with rear seat mounted thorax airbags, air conditioning with dual-zone automatic climate control, Audio system (AM/FM/XM stereo, single disc CD & MP3 player), USB port, BluetoothÂ® for phone, Harman KardonÂ® (336-watt, 5.1 Matrix Surround, 9-speaker audio system), SiriusXM Satellite Radio, OnStarÂ® (6 months of Directions & ConnectionsÂ® plan), E-Z Key Passive Push Button Start, remote vehicle starter system, heated driver & front passenger seats, 8-way power seat adjuster for driver, 4-way power lumbar seat adjuster for driver, 8-way power seat adjuster for front passenger, 4-way power lumbar seat adjuster for front passenger, steering-wheel mounted controls, Front and Rear Park Assist, High-Intensity Discharge headlamps, 120-volt power outlet, optional power sunroof, optional audio system with GPS navigation (with and easy-to-read 7″ touch-screen display), and more.
Here are Buick Regal 2012 with starting price (MSRP) in each equipment group level at $26,670 for the base equipment, $28,105 for Premium I, $29,515 for Premium II, $29,875 for Turbo Premium I, $31,285 for Turbo Premium II, $32,535 for Turbo Premium III, and $34,450 for 2012 Buick Regal GS. Try to compare with its rivals in upscale midsize car sedan class, such as: BMW 3-Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class, Lexus ES, Volvo S60, and other.