Everyone gets along. the Buick Regal TourX wagon is beautiful. Very beautiful, even. Except that it is not imported into Canada. For us, the Regal range comes down to the Sportback hatchback model, not bad to watch either.
The family are popular!
But let's go back to our TourX. By the time she lands at US dealerships, General Motors is already reviewing its sales figures up. While she predicted that the family would constitute 30% of the sales of the Regal range, she already speaks of 50%. For Americans, not fond of family, this is a feat. Let's hope that these projections materialize. According to GM, boosting TourX production should not be a problem.
According to the GM Canada representative, the sale of the TourX is not planned in Canada, at least not in the short term. If ever GM decided to market it, we could see the renaissance of a niche market abandoned just a few months ago despite the efforts of Volvo and the German brands BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen and Audi. have never left this market. One can also consider the MINI Clubman and Subaru Outback as family. Porsche, with its recent Panamera Sport Turismo, also gives in this category, although its rear part is rather inclined for a family.