2014 Buick Regal Photo Gallery

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Buick's attractive Regal gets a more athletic look, more horsepower and more features inside and out for 2014. While cosmetic changes aren't over the top, new headlights and taillights with LED accents are the most noticeable.

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Following in the steps of the LaCrosse, the Regal's cabin loses a lot of buttons and gains better interior trim. The gauge cluster features a new, customizable 8-inch display. There are also more new safety features available like forward collision alert, lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring.

The biggest changes come under the hood, as the optional turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder gets a big boost in power, now making 259 horsepower and 295 pounds-feet of torque in both the Regal GS and Turbo models.

Buyers seeking pure driving fun should consider the Regal GS, which has a sport-tuned suspension, six-speed manual transmission, Buick's Interactive Driver Control, big Brembo brakes and a refreshed, more aggressive appearance for 2014.

Pick your flavor; see our photos of Buickā€™s new Regal Turbo and Regal GS below. Cars.com photos by Evan Sears.

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Comments 

BL

I've never really been a fan of Buick but this Regal looks amazing, I may change my mind after all these years.

J

The tail lights looked like from the 2013 Civic...

Tony

I think, this car is made of Opel. I wonder what the real cost of this car since all the deals Government Motors got on taxpayer money?

This car was developed in Germany and current Regal is basically rebadged Opel Insignia.

First series of Buick Regal was produced in Opel german plant in Ruesselsheim.

LED Tail lights with blade graphic motive are typical for Opel.

Look at new Opel Cascada convertible - there are very similar LED tail lights...


BTW: In next months will be unveiled same updates for Opel Insignia.

Ivan

Maybe the downgraded engine in the GS is making place for the american version of the insignia OPC? That car, while heavy, would have AWD, a turbo 6, and be a high performing cruiser. I love all these new buicks. Although they could just call them Opels and not bother with the name Buick.

sheth

Ivan:

The name Opel means nothing in the US market. Only auto enthusiasts recognize Opel and honestly the Opel name in Europe has baggage of it's own. Buick's sales have been going up for the last few years so there is no reason to abandon the brand name. I doubt they will offer a heavier, V6 turbo Regal at this point. The new engine should be more efficient than the last gen 2L and thanks to AWD the GS should be no slower than before- it may even be faster.

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