From what we can tell, the GS is the way to go if you want to put the Sport in Sportback. Its standard performance features include sport-tuned suspension with Continuous Damping Control, sport-tuned dual exhaust, front Brembo brakes, 9-speed auto transmission, and intelligent all-wheel drive.
More visual performance touches on the GS are a heating flat-bottom steering wheel, sports seats, metal pedals, 19-inch wheels, sport front and rear designs, side skirts, and rear spoiler.
The sport seats arenít your average joe sport car seats. The connected headrest gives that sporty visual appeal. The seats lumbar and thigh bolsters are adjustable, heating and cooling come standard, along with messaging. Yes. The GS comes standard with massaging seats.
You can also relax with the GS Driver Confidence II package. It adds a full-color heads-up display, Front Pedestrian Braking, Lane Keep Assist with Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert, and Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Automatic Braking.
If you opt to stick with the entry level model youíll get a 2.0T engine. If youíre wanting a TourX wagon, a first for the Regal, it starts at $29,995. Wagons will only be arriving in a limited number this fall. The rest of should be arriving in February 2018.
The 2018 Regal arrives this fall.
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