More wagons are better for everybody, and the TourX’s debut in recent years has dragged Buick into the longroof game for the betterment of society. Because it’s such a recently-introduced model, the TourX won’t get anything big for updates in 2020. As the brand gets ready to nix most of its passenger car lineup, the Regal line will remain in place for now.
The TourX is powered by a 250-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Dual-zone climate controls will become standard for the entire Regal line in 2020, and elsewhere the TourX will get OnStar, a 4GLTE WiFi hotspot, and a twin-clutch all-wheel-drive system as standard equipment.
There are a variety of advanced safety features available in an options package, including following distance indicators, forward automatic braking, forward collision alerts, front pedestrian braking, lane change alerts, lane keep assist, blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alerts, and rear park assist.
The TourX has competition from a few different angles in the marketplace. It competes with several other wagons like the Subaru Outback and Audi Allroad, while matching up with compact SUVs like the Toyota RAV4. Pricing will start close to the $29,995 that we saw in 2019.