2004 Buick Regal
$24,530 - $28,980

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Buick Regal

  • Classy gray herringbone seat cloth, tastefully noncommittal exterior style, target audience will love the LARGE clock digits.

    - Car and Driver
  • Well-known for smooth running, GM's 3.8-liter V6 engine feels great when installed in a Regal, furnishing good acceleration at low speeds, as well as plenty of passing power. Transmission behavior is absolutely sparkling and mannerly with either engine - just the way all automatic transmissions should function.

    - Consumer Guide

What reviewers liked least about the Buick Regal

  • Pancake syrup in the steering, chassis sets the new-millennium understeer record, almost requires a pipe wrench to turn the radio knob.

    - Car and Driver
  • Steering response is a little slow in quick changes of direction, and the body floats slightly over high-speed dips that European sport sedans would take in stride.

    - Consumer Guide

Buick Regal Comparisons

  • Regal fails to match the overall refinement or proven reliability record of a Honda Accord or Toyota Camry, and prices are likely to be far higher than for a comparable Ford Taurus or Mercury Sable. Still, Regal's solidity, performance, and ample quantity of equipment make it worth a close look in the midsize family sedan league.

    - Consumer Guide

Best one-liner about the Buick Regal

  • Airport renters will never complain.

    - Car and Driver

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