No major changes are expected in the Buick Regal when it goes on sale for 2020. Given that the vehicle is still relatively new following a 2018 redesign, we think it's likely that the car will be a carryover. Fleet ordering schedules indicate the model will begin production in mid-August of 2019, which points to a release date sometime in September or October.
It may not be obvious, but the Regal is slated to become the brand's sole passenger car, apart from the Regal TourX wagon. The LaCrosse is due to end production this year, while the Cascada is set to be discontinued following year after year of declining sales. Expect the brand's focus to shift more toward better-selling vehicles like the Encore and Enclave SUVs.
Most recently, the Regal gained a new GS variant for 2019 featuring a 3.6-liter V6 rated at 310 hp. The car is positioned above the Avenir grade, making it the most expensive trim.
As before, the Regal's main appeal comes from its sleek looks and low starting price of $25,995. However, shoppers should be aware that base trims are excluded from discounts and can often equate to a poor value as a result.
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Pictured: 2019 Regal GS