GM Offers Attractive Finance Deal On Buick Regal TourX

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This AWD Wagon is a viable crossover alternative, especially at this price.

The Buick Regal was completely redesigned for 2018 and boy did it need it. The Sportback and GS have adopted the four-door hatchback body style that has become popular in the segment, while the TourX is a wagon-SUV hybrid in the vein of the Audi Allroad and Volvo Cross Country models.

Sales have been strong for 2018, the Buick trio appealing to customers looking for something a bit more luxurious and special than a Honda Accord or Toyota Camry but without the price tag of a European offering. With decent engines and a high-quality interior, it's managed to make its mark in this crossover-dominated market.

To keep the sales momentum going GM has announced an attractive finance deal for the Regal TourX models until the end of October.

Qualifying shoppers can save up to 16 percent by opting for the GM finance deal, which is comprised of a $1,473 saving on the MSRP and a $4,979 purchase allowance. The deal is available on all TourX models (except the base TourX trim) and the deal cannot be had in conjunction with special finance and lease deals.

You will also need to take delivery of the vehicle by the October 31, so time is of the essence. Why would you be interested in a Buick Regal TourX over a similarly priced crossover or wagon?

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Well, the TourX offers a potent 250 horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, intelligent all-wheel-drive system and smooth 8-speed automatic transmission as standard. Even in top Essence trim, the MSRP is $35,995 (before incentives) which undercuts most similarly-specced rivals. The Preferred trim is an even more affordable $33,595 and comes with most of the luxuries you could want. And did we mention that it has an absolutely massive cargo area?

Combine that with the increased ride-height and AWD drivetrain and the Regal TourX is the practical crossover alternative that you have been looking for. If you prefer a smaller crossover or traditionally sedan then you are in luck, GM are running a number of lucrative offers on other models too including the convertible Cascada and small Encore crossover that can be had for up to 20% off the normal MSRP listings.

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