Buick Regal vs Honda Accord
Honda Accord used to be an almost perfect vehicle. It has now lost its V6 stick shift version, which hurts a lot, but the inline-4 isn't bad either. The Accord has as well built cabin, just like the Regal, along with a similar Sportback silhouette. The visual appeal is quite different though. The Honda tries to be very ‘futuristic-modern’ type of car, while the Buick is a very classy design. The Accord has a little more space on the inside, but the Regal trumps it with its premium feel. Other than that, these are pretty similar cars, although the Regal inches ahead in terms of performance while the Accord wins in the fuel economy department. In the parameters that matter, the Regal is a better choice.
Buick Regal vs Toyota Camry
How does the best selling global sedan fare against the Buick? Well, the easy way to understand it would be this; the Toyota Camry is very similar to the Honda Accord, only not as good. Surprising? Yes! It’s weird to see that the Camry offers slightly less space, power, and gas mileage than the Accord. Personally, the Buick is still the better pick of these two, unless you really want to save yourself a little gas money.
Buick Regal vs Chevrolet Malibu
As Buick and Chevrolet are both owned by GM, it shouldn’t be surprising to know that both the Regal Sportback and the Malibu share the same platform. The biggest difference is their market placement; the Buick is placed at the premium end. The top trim of the Chevy Malibu is powered by the same turbo inline-4 motor that comes standard on the base level Regal. The Top trim Regal, however, is a whole other story. Due to its smaller engine, the Malibu is more economical to drive. It also has slightly more interior space, which is a little surprising. The Malibu is also a sweet looking car, although the Buick simply takes the cake there.