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 Buick Regal 1999


BUICK REGAL 1999
Base Retail Price Range: $21,695 - $24,395

New for 1999: Regal has improved in a number of ways for the 1999 model year. The LS gets both an increase in power as well as a sportier suspension. Other enhancements include improved traction control and anti-lock brake systems, and availability of the optional Monsoon premium audio system.

History: Buick introduced its sixth-generation Regal on the World Wide Web—which indicates this car's target market: men and women in their forties who, according to Buick, are much younger than the typical Buick buyer. Introduced in spring of 1997, this totally redesigned Regal—available only as a 4-door sedan—replaces the variant of the GM-10 platform introduced in 1988. Its maker refers to the Regal as a sport sedan, a point emphasized by its simple lines, lack of chrome trim, and non-availability of a bench seat. Regals were originally 2-door models, the most famous of which was the turbocharged Regal GNX coupe—in its time one of the fastest production cars available in the U.S. While the 1999 version does not aspire to such an honor, the supercharged V6 used in other Buick models is also available in the Regal.
Model years: 1988-92, 93-96, 97-98

Trim Details: The 1999 Buick Regal 4-door sedan is available in two trims: LS and GS. Safety equipment includes dual airbags, an anti-lock brake system (ABS), child safety locks, daytime running lights and traction control. The LS is powered by a 3.8-liter 200-horsepower V6 engine, while the GS gets a more powerful supercharged version of the V6, producing 240 horsepower. Standard features on both trims include air conditioning, cruise control, fog lights, remote keyless entry, a tire inflation monitor, and an AM/FM stereo cassette system. The GS upgrades with a black grille, leather seats, a power driver's seat, driver-selectable shift control and 16-inch aluminum wheels.

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