10. 2013 Buick Regal
Scores of new cars reached the market in 2012 to run the gamut from boring and affordable to capable of causing cardiac arrest. So what did you, the AutoGuide.com readers research the most? Read on to find out.
Buick first introduced the current-generation Regal in 2009, but the original car debuted in 1973 looking nothing like the current-gen sedan. At the time it was a notchback coupe, but Buick’s executive car went through a series of growing pains to ultimately become the vehicle sold today.
the 2013 model only got a handful of mild changes, but customers can choose to opt up from the base 2.4-liter model to the Regal GS which boasts 270 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque from its 2.0-liter turbocharged engine.