2016 Buick Regal Values

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2016 model year changes

The Buick Regal brings back the 2.4L 4-cylinder as the entry-level engine. Buick also added Apple CarPlay integration. The hybrid does not return for 2016.

Competitive comparison

Handsome styling; excellent engine lineup; quality build; luxury interior; available all-wheel drive; strong value

Special features for 2016

The Buick Regal is sized slightly smaller than mainstream mid-size sedans like the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord or Nissan Altima but a little larger than mid-size performance/luxury sedans like the Acura TSX or Volvo S60. At a price that's well below those premium brand sedans, GM is pitching the Buick as an affordable luxury car-alternative. With its available 2.0L turbocharged engine, the Regal is now more powerful than many of its competitors while maintaining solid fuel economy numbers. With a full range of standard convenience and safety features, plus a fashionable look, the Regal is a safe, sporty and comfortable alternative for families who are uninspired by mainstream mid-sized offerings.
The Buick Regal can seat five and offers a lot of room for a midsized sedan, available in four different trim levels. The base model is nicely outfitted and features 18” alloy wheels, automated headlamps, foglamps, remote entry, heated and powered side mirrors, heated and powered front seating, tilt and telescope steering wheel, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, 8” touchscreen, OnStar, and seven-speaker audio system. Upgrades can add things like xenon headlamps, parking sensors (rear), remote start, 110-volt power outlet, GPS, nine-speaker premium audio system, larger wheels, sport-tuning, Brembo brakes, collision mitigation system and more. Powering the Regal is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 182 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque.