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The Regal is a midsize sedan in Buick’s lineup. Buying a new car is generally a big deal, and a big investment. The MSRP starts at around $27,000. However, the sticker price isn’t the only thing new car buyers should be taking a look at. The Regal gets an impressive 25/36 MPG, so the fuel economy will be relatively good. In addition to this, there are insurance costs. If you would like to learn how to save on Buick Regal insurance, read on.
The Regal is available in two trims, the CXL and CXL Turbo. The good thing about the Regal is that it is a good family sedan with a flair for being sporty.
The base 2.4 liter engine gives it a fair bit of pick-up, enough for an enthusiastic ride if the car is pushed. The base trim level comes equipped with the following features: automatic climate control, a 7-speaker audio system with CD/MP3 capability, leather seating, and power driver seat. It has a fair bit of optional features as well such as: sunroof, rear parking sensors, a premium stereo, and a GPS navigation system with music storage.
Now, if you upgrade to the Regal CXL Turbo, it nets you the rear parking sensors, power passenger seat, as well as a turbo-charged version of the standard engine.
The car is a joy to ride with responsive handling, and a classy interior.
Insurance rates will vary from insurer to insurer, but more importantly from driver to driver. There are a series of factors that insurers will look into to judge the level of risk of insuring you.
Such factors like location, credit history, or driving record can come into play.
Location is important to note, because if you’re moving to a new area that frequently sees high volumes of traffic congestion, you’re at an increased risk for an accident by default. This will generally result in higher premiums for you.
On the other hand, credit scores and driving histories are good judges of responsibility. If you are a conscientious driver, your insurer will most likely reward you for it with lower rates.
However, the most direct way to save is by shopping around. Get at least 3 quotes from separate insurers to ensure you get the best deal. Remember that not every insurer will have the same discounts or incentives.
The 2012 Regal hasn’t been tested by the federal government, though it was recognized as a Top Safety Pick by the IIHS. Safety ratings are important, because they can help lower your premium.
In addition to these ratings, the Regal has a long list of safety equipment like: airbags (front, side, side-curtain), OnStar, brake assist, and a parking assist system.
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