Buick is known for offering top-level luxury without a premium price, so it comes as no surprise that the luxury American carmaker recently announced new base prices for the Buick Regal and Buick Verano. Both of these premium sedans will introduce a new base trim level, the 1SV, to offer more savings to those consumers that want unbeatable luxury at a budget price.
“We added this new base level to some models as a means of expanding the opportunity for more customers to experience Buick vehicles,” said Nick Richards, Buick spokesperson. “The addition of these trims will create an increased awareness and consideration of these vehicles when being compared to the competition.”
The Regal will be available in the 1SV trim level, starting at $27,065. This is a $2,925 decrease compared to the next trim level. Even though the price is lower, consumers will still get leather seats, but will have a slightly less powerful 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine without eAssist. The Buick Verano base price will see a significant $2,315 price drop compared to the next higher trim, also offering the humbler 2.4-liter engine.
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