Used 2012 Buick Regal GS Sedan Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2012 Buick Regal GS Sedan

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The Buick Regal GS Sedan comes in just one trim which includes all of the features that are either standard or optional on both the base and Turbo models. This means you will not have to miss out on anything that the car has to offer because everything is ready and waiting for you to start driving right away. The list of standard features is quite extensive and includes all of the following: 19 inch alloy wheels, Brembo brakes, sport tuned suspension, parking sensors, custom steering wheel, sporty front seats, upgraded interior and exterior features, adaptive suspension customizable by the driver, Harman Kardon stereo system, rear passenger side airbags, automatic xenon headlights, keyless ignition and entry with remote start, power front driver and passenger seats, power outlet, auxiliary and iPod jacks, OnStar and Bluetooth, tilt and telescopic and steering wheel with controls, lumbar support for the driver, power accessories, dual climate control, cruise control, heated and dimming mirrors, automatic headlights, and fog lights. With an impressive array of accessories like this the Buick Regal GS Sedan will certainly please even the more finicky gadget masters out there. There are a couple of extra options one might want to consider including 20 inch wheels with high-performance tires and a sunroof. There is also a navigation system available as well.

For enthusiasts looking for the best driving experience the Buick Regal GS Sedan is the obvious option thanks to the extra power from the 270 hp and 295lb ft of torque that the tweaked engine puts out. Unlike the Turbo, the GS comes with a manual transmission and an automatic is optional. Gas mileage of 19/27/22 should be returned by the GS manual. Considering that the GS is 3 seconds faster to 60 mph it definitely trumps both the turbo and the base models and ultimately put them to shame. Stopping distances are better for the GS as well since it needs only 110 feet to come to a complete stop from 60 mph. Ride quality for the model is quite good overall and can best be tested on a winding back road in the countryside where you can really give it a good working over and see exactly what it's got. You do have some options available to you thanks to interactive drive control which allows the driver to set the way the suspension, steering, and throttle respond to your driving style. This can come in handy if you prefer a leisurely ride with the family and then want to kick it up a notch into sport mode when you are out on your own.

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