Take all your preconceived notions about Buick, ball them up like a snowball, and hurl them at a brick wall for that satisfying "splat" sound. That's what the all new 2011 Buick Regal CXL Turbo did for us during our test drive.
As you first approach the vehicle you notice the abnormally wide sport tires. Past Buicks featured large flabby side-walled tires, which gave the car added comfort. Not in 2011 though. The optional 19-inch aluminum rims and Goodyear Eagle RSA high-performance tires are ready for the track and not just an old couple's Sunday drive.
Once you're finished gawking at the tires, the vehicle design will catch your attention. The sleek body lines blend aspects of traditional Buick design with all the proportions of a sporty coupe. Plus, they've still incorporated the chrome waterfall grille – a signature in Buick's design set.
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