2016 Buick Regal Price Slashed


The 2016 Buick Regal is getting a price reduction in hopes of increasing sales.

For the 2015 model year, Buick essentially dropped the price of the Regal by adding a new base model that started at $27,990 including destination. Although pricing for the base model Buick Regal remains unchanged for the 2016 model year, the sedan will only be offered in four trim levels, down from five. The largest price cut comes on the 2016 Buick Regal GS model, down from $38,310 to $34,990 – nearly a nine percent drop. The Buick Regal with Premium II trim will have its price dropped by $2,535 to $32,490.

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A redesigned Buick Regal is expected to debut next year, ahead of its production start in mid-2017. The company is expected to grow its sedan a bit in size, widening the gap between the Verano and the Regal in the marketplace. Sales of the Buick Regal in the U.S. have dropped 24 percent to 9,387 through June 2015.

[Source: Automotive News]

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  • Mike

    Can’t give that junk away. Sales are down at Buick over 6 percent.

  • S Eberle

    These malicious messages from self interested foreign car makers shouldn’t be allowed. The Regal is a superb car priced at tens of thousands of less than its nearest comparable competitors.

  • Mike

    If it’s so great why can’t Government Motors give them away? Evidently, you’re quite the minority in thinking the Regal is a great car. It was brought over from China and completely unchanged for U.S consumers likes or tastes. GM just thought they could make a fast buck and it didn’t work. And a huge price cut is not what a company does with a “superb” car.

  • C Baumann

    Actually, you don’t have any clue what you’re talking about. It was not brought over from China, it belongs to Opel, which is a German automaker headquartered in Rüsselsheim, Germany, and a subsidiary of GM. This car is basically an Opel Insignia.