Versus the competition:
The Regal TourX costs a lot less than an Audi A4 Allroad or Volvo V60 Cross Country (compare their specs here) and is just as functional (and, in some areas, more so), but its cabin doesn’t feel luxurious.
The Buick brand’s rebirth has been powered by SUVs like the Enclave and Encore, but the all-new Regal TourX gives the premium brand a new body style. With standard all-wheel drive, exterior cladding and a slightly higher ride height than the Regal Sportback four-door hatchback, the TourX adopts some SUV attributes but remains, quite simply, a wagon.
The TourX starts at $29,995 (all prices include destination charges). Our test car was a top-of-the-line Essence trim, which starts at $35,995, but a couple of option packages and special paint pushed its as-tested price to $39,760.
Exterior and Styling
Certain styling cues in the car world have come to signify ruggedness, especially for wagons looking... Read More