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2018 Buick Regal Pushing Prices Down

Among the reasons to pick up an all-new version of the Buick Regal, the RS, is money economy, so you’d expect a real challenge there. So prices are coming down, Buick says. Along with the all-new Buick Regal RS launch, the carmaker announced the official pricing tag for all three Regal versions. Is it possible to get a cheaper car that is also a classier & sportier one? You bet.

The new Regal RS comes with a 310-hp 3.6-liter naturally aspirated V6 mated to a smart AWD system and a standard nine-speed automatic transmission. Among the other versions, the RS is considered to be the most powerful one, sharing its drivetrain with the 2017 LaCrosse. The mid-size model also employs Brembo brakes, a sport exhaust and a set of adaptive dampers because of Continuous Damping Control system.  Two latter factors make the RS to handle nicely rotating the corners and responding to the most challenging surface terrain. Take a closer look at the interior as there’s a host of modifications there including a massage function for sports seats and a pair of sport pedals.

Meet the pricing: the RS will start at $39,990 which sounds like a deal. The Regal Sportback costs around $25,915, and the TourX crossover comes at $29,995.