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BASE INVOICE
$25,305
BASE MSRP
$26,360
On Green
Four-cylinder models get decent, but not class-leading, fuel economy.
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2011 Buick Regal: 20/30 mpg; CXL, 18/29 mpg
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Fuel economy in the base 2011 Buick Regal is EPA-rated at 20/30 mpg. That's a step down from the lofty numbers seen elsewhere in a class that includes the 35-mpg Hyundai Sonata, and even the base 33-mpg four-cylinder automatic Camry.

The turbocharged Regal CXL has 220 horsepower, and gets the expected fuel-economy penalty, but it's not a large one. The EPA says gas mileage falls just a bit with the blown engine, to 18/29 mpg.

Conclusion

Four-cylinder models get decent, but not class-leading, fuel economy.

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