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The Buick Regal has always been classed as a mid-size car when comparing it by size with other models.
At various points in its life, it has bounced in and out of the "luxury" classification, currently, it is not classed as a luxury model.
It also shared many mechanical components with the Century line at various points of its life too.
For the North American market, the Regal was replaced with the LaCrosse in 2004, although the car remained on sale in China.
This Chinese version was actually a rebadged version of the Opel Insignia, also known as the Holden Commodore in Australia.
The original Regal first appeared during the 1970s as a replacement for the Skylark and was offered in a 4-door or 2-door configuration.
During its second generation in 1978, it was offered as a station wagon for the first time along with a high-performance version called the GNX.
This GNX was a joint project between Buick and McLaren Performance Technologies - they created an in-demand muscle car at a time when many manufacturers were moving away from that area.
Thanks to its turbocharger and intercooler the Regal GNX could produce more than the 276bhp it was quoted to be able to and won a huge following.