Monday, December 5, 2016

Is There a New Wagon Coming From Buick - the Regal Wagon?

On this blog, we spend most of our time discussing news that relates to Buick and GMC that happens here in America; more specifically here in Oklahoma. For the moment we turn our attention, across the Atlantic, to Europe. 

It's no secret that Americans and Europeans have different taste in vehicle preferences. Trucks, for example, are much more popular in Oklahoma and the United States, than in Europe. 

There's one vehicle that our European counterparts have the privilege of driving that we don't - the Buick Regal Wagon. Now, in Europe, it's not known as the Buick Regal. In England, the vehicle is known as the Vauxhall Insignia, and in the rest of Europe as the Opel Insignia. Both the Vauxhall Insignia and the Opel Insignia have an available wagon design option. 

Europen version of the Buick Regal Wagon
Even with the apparent contrasts between American drivers and European drivers, a wagon version of the Buick Regal sounds quite appealing. It could also soon become a reality! There's good rumor, that GM will soon be bringing the Buick Regal Wagon to American shores. 

Here at Ferguson Buick GMC, in Broken Arrow, we welcome the news. We think our Oklahoma shoppers would love the option of the Buick Regal as a wagon! So, to GM we say bring the wagon over! 

We want to know what you think! Would you like to see a Buick Regal Wagon offered in the United States? Tell us below, in the comment section.

Updated 03/21/17

Buick is indeed bringing a Regal wagon to the United States! In an article published by Automotive News [1] spy photos have been captured of the upcoming 2018 Buick Regal wagon!

General Motors trademarked the name "Buick Regal TourX" in 2015. Will the new Buick wagon be called the Buick Regal TourX? We shouldn't have to wait long to find out the answer. Buick is scheduled to reveal the new 2018 Buick Regal on April 4, 2017; just ahead of the New York Auto Show.

 [1]   Walsworth, Jack. "Buick Regal Wagon Spotted Testing in U.S., Germany." Automotive News. N.p., 17 Mar. 2017. Web. 21 Mar. 2017. 

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