Opel Insignia after restyling was left without a traditional gear leverApril 2, 2020
The web has information that the Chinese division of Buick will soon show its restyled version of Regal.
In the course of work, the masters slightly adjusted the exterior design of the car, as well as slightly changed the technical equipment. The current Regal is the twin Opel Insignia, under the Buick brand car is sold in the Chinese market and in the United States. As a result of restyling, the sedan now has the same grille as the Insignia, upgraded bumpers and headlights.
Under the hood, the 1.5-liter gasoline four with a 170-hp return replaced the 1.3 turbo engine with a power of 158 hp. As for the number of cylinders, there is no information about this yet, but experts suggest that since this is a “turbo-engine”, there will be three cylinders.
Also, the model does not have four-wheel drive, but it has the Insignia version 4WD. For the pre-reform “four-door” was provided only one box, this is a 9-speed “automatic” Hydra-Matic, he most likely stayed with the updated sedan. Chinese media have reported that the official presentation of the updated Regal will take place this spring. As for the cost of this model, it is still unknown.
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