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Despite their attempts to label the 2019 Buick Regal TourX as a crossover, it really is GM's attempt at getting into the "tall wagon" game that has become popular lately with the success of the Subaru Outback and Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. The Buick aims for a spot upmarket from the Subaru Outback but still below true luxury wagons like the Audi Allroad and Volvo V60 Cross Country. To this end, the TourX is a nice wagon with tons of space, standard all-wheel drive, a 250-horsepower turbocharged engine, and a raised ride height that makes a great alternative for those who don't want to submit to the crossover craze that has captured America.
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