Wagons haven’t had a large presence in the U.S. market for awhile despite their predisposition for a more luxurious, athletic vibe, but that’s about to change thanks to Buick. The brand caused a stir last year when rumors were flying that Buick had trademarked the Regal TourX nameplate and were planning on importing Opel’s Insignia wagon, and it seems those rumors have finally come to light. The new 2018 Buick Regal TourX wagon introduces an upscale alternative to the crossover fever that has the auto industry by the throat.
The Buick Regal TourX will have the same low-riding, slick appearance associated with wagons but with a new, more crossover-inspired design. Standard features include a turbocharged inline-four-cylinder engine that doles out 250 horsepower, all-wheel drive, and connectivity technology ranging from Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to an on-the-go Wi-Fi hotspot. What’s more is that rumors are saying the Regal TourX has a pretty affordable price tag, too, though Buick has neither confirmed nor denied this information.
Keep up with information on the 2018 Regal TourX wagon as it comes out by checking in with us here at Dahl Chevrolet Buick GMC. We’re just as excited to see luxury wagons making their appearance stateside again as you are.