2012 Buick Regal GS Luxury Sport Sedan
2012 Buick Regal GS backed by an Official 2.0L Ecotec direct-injected turbo charged four-cylinder, variable valve Continues, forged steel crankshaft, twin turbochargers scroll design, and a more efficient inter cooler system. Everything’s SAE-certified to deliver 270 horsepower (201kW) and 295 lb.-ft torque (400Nm), up from the originally estimated 255 HP and much higher than the current Turbo Regal, the which only reached 220 HP. Peak torque available at 2400 rpm is low, but 95% of the between 2300 and available. That 4900 rpm. Engine with six-speed manual transmission standard, but the automatic version will be available at a later date.
With specs like that makes the 2012 Buick Regal GS is able to sprint from 0-60 mph in 6.7seconds, almost two seconds faster than its predecessor, the Turbo Regal. Four-wheel suspension features Buick Regal GS uses a unique High Performance Strut (HiPerStrut) front suspension design. This system minimizes torque and maximizes HiPerStrut direct contact with the between the tire and the road cornering. The Hard Chassis Control Interactive System, Which Increases stability is also present at the Regal GS. The system comes with two options on Regal Turbo, “Standard” for everyday use and “Sport” for requiring more power. However, unlike the Turbo Regal, Regal GS also gets a “GS” mode All the suspension and steering response. Further tightened. Braking power for the GS comes in large diameter four-wheel disc brake system features a large. That, four-piston Brembo front calipers, as well as standard StabiliTrak electronic stability control with integrated control, full-speed traction. If anyone thinks, this car is more wasteful of fuel than its predecessor, you are wrong.
“We’ve been combining direct injection and variable valve timing with boosted engines since 2006, and there’s no question the Regal GS turbo has the responsiveness and acceleration of a 3.5L V6, while delivering the fuel economy of a 2.0L four,” said Mike Anderson, Ecotec global chief engineer and program manager.
Standard amenities for the Regal GS include:
- Passive keyless entry with push-button start
- Standard XM Satellite Radio with three-month trial service
- Harmon/Kardon premium 320-watt sound system with nine speakers
- Bluetooth phone connectivity
- Leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel with audio controls
- Leather-appointed sport seating
- Heated driver and front passenger seats, with 12-way adjustable driver and front passenger seats – including four-way lumbar adjustment
- 120-volt accessory power outlet
- Power windows with express up/down feature in the front and express down in the rear.
- Front and rear ultrasonic parking assist
- Bi-xenon HID headlamps.
- Turbocharging and HiPerStrut
2012 Buick Regal GS Actually gets 33 MPG (7.1L/100km), the which is about 1 mpg better than the standard Regal. This vehicle really reaches the second-best in the world. To be able to use this car, you need a cost in the range of $ 30K.