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Back in 2007 Buick unveiled the Enclave crossover and the brand embarked on a quest to reinvent itself. With new styling, the LaCrosse pushed the envelope further, adding improved interior trim quality, while still retaining the brand's big-as-a-boat-and-feels-like-one-too drive quality.

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But the 2011 Buick Regal is the definitive step for Buick. Based on the European Opel Insignia, the difference is in the drive. It's not just a new model from Buick, it's a new type of Buick.

More: 2011 Buick Regal Review [Video] on AutoGuide.com

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The comments about the transmission are somewhat puzzling to me. I have owned my 2011 Regal for five months and have not noticed any of the problems with the transmission. As far as I am concerned the transmission is as smooth as silk.
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