Buick Regal

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Buick Regal
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Overview
ManufacturerGeneral Motors
ProductionNorth America: 1973–2004; 2011–present
China: 1999–present
Body and chassis
ClassMid-size luxury sedan
PlatformGM Epsilon platform
RelatedBuick LaCrosse
Opel Insignia
Chronology
PredecessorSaturn Aura
Pontiac G6
SuccessorBuick LaCrosse (2005)(CXL/CXS)

The Buick Regal is a mid-size car that is built by General Motors's Buick brand. The Buick Regal has had five generations, the newest one in 2011. The assembly for the car's are in Shanghai, China, Rüsselsheim, Germany and Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Prior to the fifth generation Buick Regal was strictly front-wheel drive, beginning with the fifth generation all-wheel drive (AWD) became an option. From 1974-2003 certain generations shared the same frame and design with the Buick Century, in 1997 the Regal was released with a new design making it a more upscale version of the Century the only changes were the grille and interior.

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