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Consumer Reports rates high Buick’s Regal


The 2014 Buick Regal was considered by the highly influential magazine as the second-best pick in the premium sedan segment, just shy of the BMW 328i. The class leader only had a point above the Regal, which actually tied for the second place with the Mercedes-Benz C250 in the magazine’s overall ratings of premium sport sedans, even as the model (based ...
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