Luxury. Wednesday , April 25th , 2018 - 10:34:44 AM
Buick has been on the borderline of luxury and economy for a long time. With the 2011 Regal, they may have tipped the scales. Available with a 2.4L DOHC 4-cylinder engine, this one provides one of the best fuel economies of all in the luxury class, sporting 20/30mpg (city/highway).
Many people who have good incomes and money to spare have learned that it's a smart decision to purchase slightly used vehicles over brand-new. This is because of the steep savings you will gain by not having to pay the large depreciation costs that new cars are saddled with.
All of these luxury cars offer superb craftsmanship and beautiful styling at a price that won't put you in the poor house. All it takes in order to obtain the luxury vehicle of your dreams is a bit of planning and research. You can use the internet to do research on pricing and read reviews at sites such as Edmunds or U.S News Rankings and Reviews. Don't forget to visit your local auto dealerships online and browse to see their certified pre-owned lineup. If you find a car you're interested in, be sure to look up its Blue Book value at Kelley Blue Book so you can negotiate with the dealer.
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