It’s no secret that the American-market Buick Regal is a renamed version of the European Opel Insignia. This is why when GM released images of the 2018 Opel Insignia, the American market got a good look at what the 2018 Buick Regal will look like—and we’re in love.
The Buick Regal spy shots, which are actually pictures of the Insignia, give us a look at the next-generation Buick. These pictures show us a number of crisp, clean lines that give the Regal a modern silhouette, adding a touch of athleticism for those consumers that want a sporty sedan—but that’s not all.
In Europe, the Insignia is available as a sedan, hatchback, or wagon. Now, it looks like the United States is going to receive the option of having a wagon, too. In the past year, Buick has filed a trademark for the name “Regal TourX,” which hints at the US Regal wagon being a crossover-inspired wagon that is similar to the Subaru Outback. With Buick’s luxury trimmings, it would come as no surprise if the Regal wagon managed to outsell the Outback if it does hit markets soon.
There’s no official word yet as to when the 2018 Buick Regal will make its debut, but many experts believe it will happen sometime mid-2017. Until then, make sure you stop in to Richard Karr Motors to learn more about the current Regal model.
If you want to go off-roading in your pickup truck, then it’s best if you check out the 2017 GMC Sierra HD All Terrain X model. This new model from GMC is the brother to the Sierra All Terrain X model, which was unveiled earlier this year. The HD model offers superior capabilities in a heavy-duty body, giving consumers the best of both worlds.
The Sierra HD All Terrain X is based on the 2017 Sierra 2500HD SLT crew cab with four-wheel drive. This special model adds a number of features that make it ready to head off the beaten track, including a spray-in bedliner, front and rear park assist, a heated steering wheel, leather seats, and an Off-Road Suspension package. The suspension packages gives the HD model twin-tube Rancho shock absorbers, hill descent control, and an underbody skid plate, which make it perfect for rough terrain.
What truly separates the All Terrain X from a regular All Terrain HD model is its 18-inch black-painted wheels, a bed-mounted sport bar, black side steps, and a body-color grille surround and door handles. All this black makes for an intimidating silhouette, highlighting the Sierra HD’s ability to take you wherever you need to go.
To find out more about the 2017 GMC Sierra HD All Terrain X model, which will go on sale in early 2017, make sure you stop in to Richard Karr Motors.