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It undercuts most of the competition for Europe.

If shopping for a $30,000 midsize sedan, the Regal and Sonata merit your attention.

And since the days of the last emperor, it always has.

Buick is huge in China. Here's just how huge.

Two body styles, and neither is a traditional sedan.

Cars with hatches are cooler than cars with trunks, all other things being equal.

It's even got a Buick-y name: Grand Sport

Yeah man, that's a Buick.

All signs point to Buick finally bringing the most practical Insignia to our market as a Regal. We got wind of a focus group testing the idea, Buick has trademarked the name Regal Tour X.

Undisguised Opel Insignia, which will be brought here as the next Buick Regal, spied.

That's a Buick?

Here it is, completely undisguised in sedan and wagon form. We like what we see.

The US model will mimic the Euro-market Opel's sheetmetal.

A Buick Regal wagon that looks this good is a must.

An all-terrain version is rumored, too.

We really want GM to bring it here.

It'll probably have quasi-CUV styling like the Volvo V60 Cross Country.

While it's just a rumor, a Regal wagon could genuinely make sense for Buick.

In the aftermath of recent earthquakes in Japan, GM is expecting a shortage in the supply of certain parts, so it's shutting down four of its plants in North America for two weeks.

The Buick Regal is moderately equipped, feels premium, and offers a comfortable ride with a bit of German flair. But which is the best one to buy used?

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