Big changes in store for the Buick Regal:
The Sleuth’s sources claim that the next-generation of Buick’s mid-size model that’s scheduled to arrive for the 2018 model year will be available in two formats. The sedan version will be based on the Australian Holden Commodore, but it won’t be built in “Oz” since parent General Motors is ending all vehicle production there in 2017. Also slated to receive a Regal badge is an all-new wagon model that will be called the Opel Insignia in Europe. Apparently the official name here will be the Regal Tourx, which indicates that it will be equipped with standard all-wheeldrive and compete with the Audi A4 Allroad, Jaguar F-Pace and Subaru Outback wagons plus similar body styles from Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
A new Buick Regal sedan will be based on this Holden Commodore.