This morning we are focusing on safety features that exist on many of the new Buick cars in Thunder Bay Ontario. We know that the Buick Avenir, one of the latest Buick cars on the market in Canada, has numerous safety and driver assistance technologies available. In fact many of the features on other Regal Sportback models come standard on Buick Avenir, including Rear Park Assist, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, LED headlamps with auto leveling, cornering lamps and driver side auto-dimming mirrors. Additional active safety technologies, including Adaptive Cruise Control – Advanced, are also available.
We will spend the next couple posts on behalf of your Buick cars Dealership in Thunder Bay ON going over the safety features above in much more detail, covering the technology and reasons behind the ability offered. But first, let’s pop the hood of one of these new Buick cars for sale in Canada and look at what waits under the hood and inside the new Buick car itself.
The engine behind the machine is a 250-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine which produces 260 lb-ft of torque. These new Buick cars in Thunder Bay have a nine-speed automatic transmission, ample cargo space with a discreet rear opening and tri-folding 40/20/40 rear seats, making room for a larger than average family and all of their things. My family is about to become a foster family and extra space can be very appealing to many on the market today. These cars have wireless charging, navigation and Bose eight-speaker premium audio also coming as standard to those who are interested in the Buick Avenir.
When looking closer at the Buick cars lineup in Thunder Bay, we find that the 2019 Buick Envision is one of the upcoming most exciting new cars out there. There are changes from the previous year that we expect to see in the form of refinements. “Refinements across the 2019 Envision are aimed at providing the best that the vehicle offers, plus the flexibility and options customers desire most at a price point true to Buick’s attainable luxury promise.” Pricing starts at a very reasonable number and is inclusive of Destination Freight Charge and A/C tax.
In a definite effort of capturing a particular crown, all trim levels have been adjusted toward the heart of the premium compact SUV market, further positioning these Buick cars in Thunder Bay in the Envision lineup to capture the interest of loyal Buick owners looking to move up to the next-sized compact SUV and conquest buyers who are considering Buick for the first time. In our research on behalf of your Thunder Bay Buick cars dealership, we found the following input to be worth sharing, “The new Envision is our latest addition to one of Canada’s fastest growing SUV lineups”, said Michael MacPhee, brand director, Buick Canada. “With one of the freshest showrooms in the industry, Buick is providing customers with more choices than ever before.”
Under the hood, we find more worth sharing about these upcoming new Buick car sales in Thunder Bay Ontario. There is a new nine-speed automatic transmission for 2.0L turbo models, offering increased vehicle performance of 252 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. The engine and transmission updates produce 0-60 mph acceleration just under a half-second quicker than the 2018 model too. This has plenty of people even more interested in these new Buick cars. Swing by your Thunder Bay Buick car dealer and take one out today!
From your Thunder Bay Buick Cars Dealership in Canada, comes our insight and research based gathering of information on a daily basis from our keyboard to your brains. Today’s topic hones in on the Buick Regal in the Thunder Bay Buick car lineup. “General Motors introduced two new versions Tuesday of its Buick Regal, both aimed at riding the crest of trends sweeping the auto industry.”
For starters there exists the Buick Regal Sportback. “The Regal Sportback is a sedan that has been given the slope-back looks of a coupe. It has a fastback-style appearance in which the roof tapers rearward almost to the trunk.” The styling has been around for almost a decade, as it began in the Jaguar’s XJ and Audi’s A7 and has been emulated now in many midsize and large cars, including several from GM, such as this Buick car from Thunder Bay about which we speak.
The second new one on the scene in the Buick cars of Thunder Bay ON, involves a wagon version of the Buick Regal mentioned above. Denoted as the TourX trim level, it arrives now at a time when most all buyers of new cars, Buick and otherwise, are craving crossovers for the most part. Those families and individuals buying new cars either want crossovers, it seems, or they are looking at SUVs. Sedan purchases have slowed down significantly compared to the other two styles. Here is what reviews are saying about the Buick cars in the TourX category, “TourX is likely to play more on the softer side of the crossover world, competing against models like Audi A4 Allroad and BMW 3-Series Sport Wagon. It will allow GM to offer what it is calling a crossover – even though it is derived from a sedan. Banish the thought of referring to TourX as a station wagon.”