The Buick Regal Grand National and Regal GNX are expected to return in late 2016 for the 2017 model year as a range of sport-luxury coupes, sedans, or both.
As with the release date, nothing official has been confirmed, but rumors suggest that the 2017 Buick Grand National price will start in the region of $30,000, while the loaded flag ship model will exceed $40,000.
2017 Buick Grand National Engine & Performance. The engine remains the same like before which is quite powerful and strong. You will get a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine which makes 270 hp and torque of 280 lb/ft torque for the car in a base option.
The announcement of the 2017 Buick Grand National has managed to shake up the automotive market and in an interesting turn of events we are getting a car which was discontinued for a period of time.
The 2017 Buick Grand National price should go from around $35,000 and up to $60,000. The new Buick Grand National 2017 will probably come with 3 engine opt.
The 2017 Buick Grand National is still going to use the same engine but it is going to get greatly updated and is going to feature some enhancements that are going to provided it better performance. The engine is still the V6 3.5-liter engine, but it is going to make 280 hp with a torque of 265 lb.-ft pound.
After the five years of waiting, new 2017 Buick Grand National is on the market. People may have remembered the old Regal from Buick which has special features and performances, very similar to Grand National and GNX, especially during the 2000s’ when the old Regal have been released and after 2009 when the standard model of Grand National has been released.
Talking about release date, the 2018 Buick Regal Grand National will most likely be released in the US market in late 2017, followed by a GNX variant shortly afterwards. The price tag for the base model is expected to start around $29,000, while the high-performance GNX model may be priced around $42,500.
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For the final year, 1987, Buick introduced the limited production GNX, for "Grand National Experimental", at $29,900. Made in partnership with McLaren Performance Technologies / ASC , Buick produced only 547 GNs with the interior trim package, that were then sent off to McLaren and upgraded into the Buick GNX.