Buick Sedans Voted Best Money Cars
12 Aug 2013
When it comes to vehicles, value is always extremely important. Anytime you buy a car, you expect it to be well performing on the road and easy on your wallet as well. U.S. News and World Report just honored two Buick cars (The Buick Verano and The Buick Regal) for both their performance as well as practicality. Each Buick sedan was delivered with an award for 2013 Best Car for the Money.
When considering this award, U.S. News and World Report takes several things into consideration including the opinions of the automotive press, industry research, average pricing paid for the vehicle taken from TrueCar.com along with the cost of five years ownership. Other factors that go into the decision making process includes statistics from the national Highway Traffic Safety Administration regarding crash test results.
In the world of auto making, generally the more affordable that a vehicle is, the more that the car company may skimp on things such as features. However, this is not the case with the Verano and the Regal.
The 2013 Buick Verano Turbo has a 2.0 liter engine that is turbocharged with an amazing 250 horsepower along with 260 feet pound of torque. This fast sedan can go from 0 to 60 in just 6.2 seconds. Even though the turbo has an aggressive exhaust, t he engineers at Buick made the cabin quiet by lessening the wind and noise from the road with a cool technology known as Quiet Tuning. Read more about the Verano at Sheboygan Buick dealer of Milwaukee.
The 2013 Buick regal GS has the same 2.0 liter engine that the Verano has but the Regal produces 270 horsepower which means that the engine is powerful enough to be certified by the Society of Automotive Engineers. The Verano is also equipped with 19 inch wheels, low ride height, Interactive Drive Control System and Brembo front calipers.
Both the Verano Turbo and the Regal GS will treat their drivers and riders to the best in luxury with features including Quiet Tuning technology and an infotainment system powered by IntelliLink. While these may not be the same Buicks that your dad or grandpa drove, both of these models do come in performance trims for more fun and comfort on the back country roads.
In fact, both the Verano Turbo and the Regal GS provide consumers with amazing performance. The great thing about both of these models of cars is that while consumers are getting excellent performance from these cars, they do not have to sacrifice value or comfort. The owners of these vehicles are provided with excitement in their daily commutes but they still get the added benefit of low day to day traveling costs as well as the smooth and signature ride that goes along with the Buick name.