Buick Regal Avenir 2019 Comes In At A handsomely $36,195 - Insight Trending

Buick Regal Avenir 2019 Comes In At A handsomely $36,195

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Buick Regal Avenir 2019 Comes In At A handsomely $36,195

Buick Regal Avenir 2019 Comes In At A handsomely $36,195

We knew we Buick declared the new Regal Avenir that it wouldn't be cheap. Be that as it may, now we know exactly how costly it will be. As per order guides anchored via CarsDirect, the luxed-up medium size car will convey a beginning MSRP or $36,195 (counting the $925 destination charge).

That spots it a significant $10,200 higher than the $25,995 cost of confirmation for the Regal Sportback on which it's based, or about $4k more than the present Essence trim at the highest point of the range. Some portion of that distinction is taken up by the Driver Confidence Package that comes standard on the Avenir however costs $1,580 on the Essence model.

The bundle incorporates wireless charging, path change alarm, blind side monitoring, rear cross-traffic caution, rear park assist, self-leveling LED headlights, and warmed outside mirrors. In any case, there's something else entirely to the Regal Avenir than simply that bundle. Like the Avenir trims as of now offered on the Enclave and LaCrosse (and advancing over the Buick lineup), the Regal Avenir incorporates a decision of Ebony or Whisper Beige leather, diamond-quilted stitched front seats, a remarkable front grille, 19-inch Pearl Nickel wheels, and extraordinary badging all around – all of which guarantees to convey a more upscale look and feel to a vehicle that was not really straightforward in any case.

“Avenir sales have exceeded our expectations,” said Buick promoting boss Phil Brook. "Buick customers esteem the exclusive styling, premium highlights and convenient experience Avenir gives, and we are eager to extend that successful formula to Regal.”

Inspiration comes graciousness of a 2.0-liter turbo four kicking out 250 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque through a nine-speed automatic transmission to either the front wheels or each of the four. A more strong 3.6-liter V6 with 310 hp and 282 lb-ft can likewise be had, however just on the Regal GS, which comes standard with all-wheel drive and, at about $40k, remains the main form more costly than the Avenir.

(via carscoops)

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