Buick Regal: Then and Now the Buick Columbia LovesBack then, the Buick Regal was available as a two-door coupe in standard, Sport Coupe, and Somerset trims. You wouldn't know it then, but the turbocharged V6 engine found in the Sport Coupe would form the basis for one of the most world-renowned Buicks of all time, the Buick Regal Grand National.
The Regal has come a long way in the three decades since the 1980 Buick Regal, with the new 2011 Buick Regal offering a range of options that people could only dream about back in the Carter administration. Today's Regal offers features such as dual-zone climate control, heated leather seats, XM Satellite Radio, a total of six airbags, ultrasonic parking assist, an onboard GPS navigation system, and a USB port for connecting your iPod. (Okay, perhaps the iPod comparison is unfair--in 1980, America was just getting the Sony Walkman!)
2011 Buick Regal in Columbia at Jim Hudson BuickToday, the 2011 Buick Regal is available from Jim Hudson Buick in Columbia, South Carolina starting at $26,245 for the well-equipped Regal CXL that includes leather seating, USB port inputs, dual-zone climate control, heated seats, a power driver's seat adjuster, a six-speed automatic transmission, and six months of OnStar service with turn-by-turn navigation. Available in six levels of equipment right now, the Regal lineup will grow late this year with the addition of the Regal CXL Turbo and its 220-horsepower four-cylinder engine; the turbocharged model will start just under $30,000.
For more information, visit Jim Hudson Buick at our Buick Regal Columbia website or call us at 803-783-0110!
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