1974 Buick Century Regal: The sporty car for a man with a family
Last year’s Century Regal Coupe made such a hit, we were hard-pressed to come up with a way to improve it. That is, until we decided to offer it as a 4-Door Sedan.
That’s exactly what we’ve done. Now there are two Century Regals. Now you can get the personal-car styling, great ride and elegant interior you’d expect of a Regal — and the convenience of four doors.
A 350 cubic-inch V-8, automatic transmission, power steering and front disc brakes are standard on both models. And best of all, the price is well within the reach of young buyers, who are the kind of people Regal appeals to.
If you’re an aggressive young person, consider the Century Regal Coupe. And if you’re an aggressive young person with a family, consider the Century Regal 4-Door Sedan. Wouldn’t you really rather have a Buick?
Go fly a 1975 Buick Regal
BUICK REGAL. The world is full of Point A’s and Point B’s. And we Americans spend a good part of our time getting from one to the other.
That being the case, it is our considered opinion that time spent in transit ought to include a healthy portion of good times. Soaring spirits. Stuff like that. Not unlike those which may be obtained by getting from place to place in a Buick Century Regal. It is, for starters, a car that is fun to look at. Outside, handsome. Well built.
Inside, a garden of earthly delights. With things like plush, thick pile carpeting. Big, comfortable seats. A center armrest. A simulated wood-grain instrument panel. Lots of room. You’re going to have a swell time in there. But Buicks, like people, are not made to sit around. So before you buy, drive one.
Because among other things, the Regal is truly a driver’s car. Complete with steel-belted radial tires, a High-Energy ignition system, and a brand new 3.8 liter V-6 engine. An engine built by people who remember what performance is. And for those of you who want a V-8, there are two of those available, too.
All in all, Regal is some set of wheels, as they say. But enough of this. What you ought to do now, is put down this magazine and go fly a Buick. Century Regal, to be specific. It’s a good time just waiting to be had.
You’ve earned it: 1976 Buick Regal
You’ve worked hard all your life. And now you’re ready to reap the rewards. Ready to reward yourself with a Buick Regal.
Because Regal offers you the things you deserve. Things like comfort. Quality. Style. Consider Regal’s classic styling. With its formal roofline and opera windows. Its vertical grille and rectangular headlamps.
Inside there’s the comfort you want. With full-foam seats and cut-pile carpeting. And a full range of available Buick options. Like Cruise-Master Speed Control. An AM-FM Stereo Radio and Stereo Tape Player. Electric Door Locks. And an Electric Sun Roof.
Maybe you wouldn’t expect a car this nice to be practical. But Regal is. Because with a standard 3.8 litre Buick V-6 engine, and an automatic transmission Regal scored impressively in the EPA mileage tests: 25 mpg in the highway test and 17 mpg in the city test. Of course, these figures are estimates. Your actual mileage may vary depending on how you drive, the available equipment you order, and the condition of your car.
But one thing’s for sure. Regal is a Buick. And that means quality. A car that’s solidly built for years of driving enjoyment. To really understand what Buick Regal offers you’ve got to own one. And the first step in owning one is to go down to your local Buick dealer for a test drive. Why not do it today?
1977 Buick Regal: The magnificent mid-size
How to talk yourself into a Buick: Buick Regal $5115.05*
Let’s say you’re looking for a new car. And, just for the sake of argument, let’s also supposed that, like many people, you’re in the market for a mid-size…
Before you settle on one, we suggest you take a close personal look at the magnificent mid-size pictured: The Buick Regal.
1978 Buick Regal. Down-to-earth dream car.
1978 Regal. Outwardly, the shape is clean. Uncluttered. Inside, it’s pure magic. In the way it looks. In the way it feels. All in all, a dream car.
Yet in the interest of functionality, the new Regal is much trimmer than last year’s model. To make it more maneuverable in city traffic. Easy to park.
It’s the Regal Sport Coupe – The new Regal. What it is, is a little science. And a little magic. At your Buick dealer.
Regal Coupe and limited models are equipped with GM-built engines supplied by various divisions.
1978 Buick Regal Sport Coupe and LeSabre Sport Coupe
There are four turbocharged production cars in the entire world. Two of them are Buicks: Buick Regal Sport Coupe & Buick LeSabre Sport Coupe.
1979 Buick Regal: The difference between a car you like and a car you love