2018 Buick Regal TourX: A Crossover With A Driving Dynamics Of A Car And The Versatility Of An SUV

Apr 16, 2017 10:05 AM EDT | Ivy Lebanan

The 2018 Buick Regal TourX has a greater capability than its Sportsback. It showcases a rugged exterior image with standard roof rails. The car also comes with interior amenities, standard intelligent AWD (all-wheel drive) along with an active twin-clutch and an additional useful cargo area.

According to the Vice President of Global Buick and GMC, Duncan Aldred, "Additionally, it continues a trend set by the Cascada and Encore of bringing Buick's contemporary design and attainable luxury credentials to new segments where customers are looking for more. TourX enters a vibrant segment with passion and youthful energy where drivers are able to experience the new Buick."

This 2018 Buick Regal TourX is coming 3.4 inches longer which showcased its confident profile with an accent piece roofline that arches the whole length of the roof and D-Pillar. The car also has a firm fascia and fender moldings.

Regal's interior design features modern technologies and premium materials that are tailored and takes a driver-centric approach. The vehicle's cabin shows clean lines and uncluttered surfaces while keeping the utmost importance of utility and capability. In addition to the said features, the car's second row can be folded down that gives the owners 73.5 cubic feet of cargo capacity which is bigger than its other competitors.

Under the hood of the TourX answers the call of a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that can provide 250 of horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. The said standard engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and intelligent AWD with active twin-clutch for a greater any surface control. The engine also comes with the advanced start/stop technology.

The 2018 Buick Regal TourX Standard intelligent AWD with active twin-clutch has provided the car with an improved vehicle control and efficiency in any condition. Meanwhile, the car's hands-free power liftgate comes with a Buick tri-shield logo lamp which illuminates the ground beneath the sensor and is also standard on upper trim levels. The vehicle's safety innovations include the brand's first active hood pedestrian safety system, a front pedestrian braking, and a lane assist for a much safer road driving.

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