2018 Buick Regal Grand National Release Date and Price 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 Buick Grand National has a long history in the market of luxurious limousines since it was first released in the 1980s. According to the information our team has got, the Buick fans will be satisfied to know that the new Grand National will soon make its debut as a 2018 Buick Grand National GNX model.
Just the Facts: Buick is planning to reintroduce the Grand National, T-Type and GNX nameplates. The new models will ride on GM's rear-wheel-drive Alpha platform introduced in the Cadillac ATS sedan.
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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.
The 2018 Buick Grand National will be back to hit the market and surprise its fans. As we know, Buick got its popularity in the 80s, and they will do it again with the release of the Grand National model. The old Buick came with the classical limousine style which was very popular in that era.
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The 2017 Buick Grand National Rendered Although there are no official pictures yet, some industry insiders have created renderings of what they think the new Buick Grand National will look like, no one really knows, we assume that it will look similar to the Regal, but in reality, it could be completely different, especially if they use the new ...
Retrofitted from the Buick Regal, the Grand National debuted in 1982 and was available until 1987. During its 5-year production run, the Grand National featured engines that ranged from a 125-horsepower 4L V6 engine to a turbocharged 245 hp 3.8L V6 engine.