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Buick Regal, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#1 of 17 Buick Regal Prices Paid and Buying Experience
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
May 25, 2010 (6:48 pm)
Tell us what you paid for a new Regal!
#2 of 17 Prices Paid?
Jul 11, 2010 (2:11 pm)
Anyone care to share? I'm looking to buy one, but don't know what I should be shooting for?
Jul 15, 2010 (8:45 am)
Local (large) dealer advertising '11 Regal for $1K under MSRP, but salesman said there is a mandatory dealer pack on them that exceeds $1K. he said right now he can do "much better" on a LaCross.
#4 of 17 my regal lease
Jul 28, 2010 (5:31 pm)
I'm picking up my Regal on Friday. I'm leasing it for 39 months with $5,000 down + $1,000 owner loyalty (I'm doing a lease pullahead on my 2007 Pontiac G6 Coupe). It is $275 a month. I'm leasing the RL5 model ($29,785 MSRP including destination).
#5 of 17 very little wiggle room
Sep 04, 2010 (3:20 pm)
I am a recent college graduate trying to get into a relatively affordable mid-size sedan. I have been looking at a Acura TSX, Subaru Legacy and Honda Accords. Then I found the regal and man is this car awesome. Test drove one at local dealer and decided to start talking numbers. I test drove a dark blue RL3 priced fairly at 27,855. Not bad compared to the TSX but realistically, I know most cars have at least 10-15% markup so figured we were just doing the 'numbers dance'. So after talking to the salesman, the manager comes out with the invoice and shows me the invoice on the RL3 was 27108.59. So I started thinking that even though GM is having some tough times lately, I still have find it ridiculous to believe this car only has 3-4% markup. SO dealer cash price was set after TTL at 29,242.42. I love this buick but I think this car is going to have trouble moving at this, especially since you can get into a lacrosse for not much more. The RL1 is about 1200$ less for pretty much the same car minus a few things I can live without but has anyone been able to get this car at invoice?
#6 of 17 Re: very little wiggle room [charleslynn]
Sep 05, 2010 (5:32 pm)
Lacrosse is primarily for old people. Regal, on the other hand, is a car with which even a 20-something would feel good. Plus, Regal is built in Germany and is a twin of Opel Insignia. Even if the prices were the same, many (although not all) people would find Regal the better buy.
#7 of 17 Re: very little wiggle room [charleslynn]
May 02, 2011 (8:41 am)
Zag.com has turbo's TO1 priced at 26.5k
#8 of 17 Regal vs CC
May 02, 2011 (9:58 am)
looking to buy a CC or a Regal. I can get a Regal Turbo TO1 for 26.5k thru american express or a CC DSG Sport for 28.5k at a local dealer.
the 2k isnt a big deal for me but i just want second opinions on the cars.
anyone for the regal? for the cc?
#9 of 17 Re: Regal vs CC [pengwin]
May 02, 2011 (11:36 am)
oops posted in the wrong forum.
#10 of 17 just leased turbo TR02
May 16, 2011 (2:15 pm)
Always appreciate the time people take to provide helpful info. So, this is my help. Just leased the TR02 CXL Turbo. After some negotiating, the rebates listed on the PO was $4,050, including the ALLY incentive. My total OOP for TT and first month and dealer fee was $1,500 ( I gave in to it) and the monthly payment is $285 for 39 months, 10,000 annual miles, no diposition fee and ALLY does tack on $2,500 to the residual if you want to buy it at the end. I do not think I could have squeezed the price much more. I tried the CXL but just did not think the base engine would keep me happy coming from BMW and Infiniti the past 15 years. The turbo has enough kick for me to not have buyer remorse. Steering is light but I can see myself adapting because the car gives a solid firm ride and the rest is very nice-both interior and exterior.