The Buick Regal Grand National and Regal GNX are expected to return in late 2016 for the 2017 model year as a range of sport-luxury coupes, sedans, or both.
2016 Buick Grand National Release Date and Price. 2016 Buick Grand National price hasn’t been announced yet, but when we take in a consideration some of the known prices, 2016 Buick Grand National might come with 35,000 dollars price tag for the base model, on one hand, and the premium and the top model with 60,000 dollars or even higher.
After a 30-year hiatus, the 2016 Buick Grand National and its high-performance Regal GNX variant is habitualto make a return sometime in 2016-2017 length of time. After years of speculation about the return of the Buick Regal Grand National, The General Motors has decided to bring back the popular nameplate.
2016 Buick GNX The best year for the Grand National and GNX cars was during the eighties when these cars were carrying a hype around them that was so big that many people were very much interested in this cars.
Buick Grand National 2016 Performance When it comes to performance we can expect that the new model will comes with either 2,0 liter turbocharged four cylinder engine in the base version and that’s if Buick engineers decide to go wild, or more traditional naturally aspired 3,6 liter V6 engine.
Buick Grand National 2016 specs The new Buick Grand National 2016 should be special line inside Regal’s lineup and should be offered with either 272 horsepower turbocharged 2.0L 4-cylinder, or with 321 horsepower 3.6L V6 engine.
Talking about release date, the 2018 Buick Regal Grand National will most likely be released in the US market in late 2017, followed by a GNX variant shortly afterwards. The price tag for the base model is expected to start around $29,000, while the high-performance GNX model may be priced around $42,500.
On April 4, 2017, an all-new sixth generation Buick Regal was introduced at GM's Design Dome in Warren, Michigan as a 2018 model in both liftback and station wagon versions. Buick Regal began sales in China on July 21, 2017.
No earlier than the 1960s, Buick was a competitor in the Indianapolis 500, and (like almost every other American manufacturer) also participated in the Grand National stock car racing series using its Regal and later the Gran Sport.