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The Regal Sportback, a hatchback that is replacing the Regal sedan for 2018, will start at $25,915, including shipping, with a base 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine.
The sixth-generation Buick Regal will be available in the U.S. as a four-door hatchback and a wagon -- no traditional sedan. Here's what people are saying about the latest Regals.
In a plan mapped out long before the Trump administration and Congress began talking about taxing imported goods, GM planned to build the Buick Regal TourX at a factory in Ruesselsheim, Germany.
With sedan sales in a tailspin, General Motors is taking the Buick Regal in a slightly different direction with its latest redesign.
Buick's Regal plan: No sedan; White House seeks to slash EPA testing funds; Lexus pulls ads from 'O'Reilly Factor'; BMW union plans strikes; Pinterest emerges as car-marketing tool.
Workers allege FCA-UAW collusion; Faraday sues rival startup; Buick hitches wagon to a Regal; Mercedes-Benz's A class goal; More Pacificas for Waymo; Alliance nabs VW's sales title.
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