2018 Buick Regal TourX Explained – Video
The TourX rides higher than its Sportback counterpart, enabling greater capability. Its rugged exterior appearance, standard roof rails, interior amenities, standard intelligent all-wheel drive (AWD) with active twin-clutch and functional cargo area epitomize upscale utility, capability and convenience backed by the quality and safety expected from Buick.
With the new Regal TourX and Sportback, Buick now offers two new products that expand the expectations and opportunity for individuality in the premium midsize segment. One is a sports sedan with sleek, coupe-like design with five-door versatility; the other, a vehicle with the drive dynamics of a car but with all the usefulness of an SUV.
Highlights of Regal TourX:
It has more overall cargo space than the Volvo V60 Cross Country, the Audi A4 Allroad, BMW 3-series Sport Wagon and the Subaru Outback, with up to 73.5 cubic feet behind the front seats.
Standard intelligent AWD with active twin-clutch provides improved vehicle control and efficiency in any condition.
The purpose-built exterior’s ride height increased over the Regal Sportback and it has durable fascia and fender moldings.
The hands-free power liftgate has a Buick tri-shield logo lamp that illuminates the ground beneath the sensor, standard on upper trim levels.
The 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces 250 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque.
Customer-minded available accessories including a variable roof rack, portable Bluetooth speaker and keyless keypad entry.
An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard.
Safety innovations include a Buick-first active hood pedestrian safety system, Front Pedestrian Braking and Lane Keep Assist.