The Regal lineup expanded last year to include a sporty GS trim. The model is relatively new overall, having just been updated in 2018, so we don’t expect to see anything groundbreaking from the car in 2020. After a GM shuffle that will see many cars disappear, the Regal will likely remain on sale as Buick’s only sedan.
The Regal GS comes with a 3.6-liter V6 rated at 310 horsepower. It’s on sale above the otherwise top-level Avenir trims, making it the most expensive Regal on the market.
The GS comes standard with dual-zone climate controls, a Bose eight-speaker stereo, heated front seats, a 4G LTE hot spot, front and rear park assist, active noise cancellation, remote start, and a heated steering wheel.
Advanced safety features are numerous but are held back as options. They include adaptive cruise control, following distance indicator, forward automatic braking, forward collision alerts, front pedestrian braking, lane keep assist, and rear cross-traffic alerts.
Sporty sedans are easy to come by these days. The Regal GS competes with the BMW 3 Series, Kia Stinger 2.0T, and Acura TLX. Pricing should remain around the same $39,995 that we saw last year.
3.6-liter V6 Gas