The Buick Regal sedan takes what you know about smaller sedans, and throws it out the window. When you drive the 2016 Buick Regal, you are choosing a comfortable ride, without breaking the bank to get it. The Buick brand is known for providing the best in luxury features, and with so many recently redesigned options for you to choose from, you can't go wrong. In this comparison of the 2016 Buick Regal and 2016 Toyota Camry, we'll highlight the differences in engine specs and standard interior features.
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|2016 Buick Regal||VS||2016 Toyota Camry|
|2.4-Liter I-4||Base Engine||2.5-Liter I-4|
|7-Speaker System||Audio System||6-Speaker System|
Looking at the differences between the exterior of the 2016 Regan and 2016 Camry, it's easy to see that both sedans have stylish features, although very different from one another. The Camry's horizontal lines and slim headlights look modern and add to an aerodynamic appeal. The Regal, on the other hand, features a softer and more luxurious overall design. The waterfall grille and almond shaped headlights hint towards the luxurious and soft design of the Buick's interior. Under the hood of each sedan you'll find an inline-four-cylinder engine, but the Buick Regal offers more horsepower and more torque. This makes for a more responsive driving experience in the Regal.
When it comes to the interiors of the Regal and the Camry, there is a lot to enjoy. Both sedans have comfortable seating for up to five passengers, but the Buick's leather seat trim adds a look and feeling of class. Both vehicles come with standard features like a first-row LCD screen and Bluetooth compatibility, but only the Regal offers a high-quality seven-speaker audio system. When you sit inside the Buick and the Camry, one of the first things you'll notice is the layout and style. The more modern and contemporary Camry has sharper angles, while the Buick's interior features more natural elements and colors. Both vehicles have optional heated and cooled leather seating, and a variety of additional technology features like a voice-activated navigation system.