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When I first tested the new-for-2011 Buick Regal last year, I was impressed by the car’s chassis, but was left wanting more from the base powertrain, a 2.4-litre engine and slow-witted six-speed transmission I found ill-fitted for a vehicle billed as a sport sedan.
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Whether the new Buick Regal, aka Opel Insignia (now built in Russelsheim, Germany, but soon to be built in Oshawa, Ontario) will capture the hearts and minds of Canadian Buick buyers is an open question.
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The term “sport sedan” isn’t one to be taken lightly. The archetypal sport sedan, after all, is the BMW 3 Series; it, and many cars like it, combines a practical four-door body with a choice of terrific powertrains and performance, albeit at a price that might be out of range for many family sedan buyers.
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With the American Auto Industry in a crisis like it has never faced before, I thought we could take a look back at the past 100 years of American Vehicles to see the highlights (and lowlights) of an industry on the edge of collapse. Continue reading
Tagged 1915, American autos, American cars, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Dodge, Dort, Ford, history, Michael Schlee, Milburn, Monroe, Oldsmobile, Yellow Cab
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Buick, much like Saab, was given room for roughly 5 vehicles. Wedged between Pontiac and GMC Truck, Buick had all of their vehicle models on display. The biggest news this year for Buick is the new 2010 Allure. Continue reading