I would hope that there would be interior enhancements to make it more "Chinese like."Red Buick Regal spotted again in Shanghai, well it's basically the Opel Insignia, what i want to find out is whether Shanghai GM will be changing the interior to make it more "chinese like"
No. But I'm not liking that front end on that back end to be honest. I think it should be a little more squared off, maybe it's just me. I have always loved Buicks.Am I the only one that likes the Buick grille better than the Opel grill?
This car will not be sold in the US. It might be sold in Canada though.Hmmm... I wonder if there's room in NA for the Insignia and the Lacrosse?!? Are there enough differences? Could the Insignia exist as the sportier model with the Lacrosse as the more affordable, more luxurious version?
This could speed up the elimination of Saturn. Which would be okay.
I bet it's more luxurious than a Buick Excelle.I would hope that there would be interior enhancements to make it more "Chinese like."
As much as I like Insignia, it really doesn't slot with the luxury feel of Buick -- especially in China, where Buick is far more highly regarded.
There SHOULD be interior upgrades, as far as I'm concerned.
There is no excuse not to.
agreed compared to what Europe and Asia get i sometimes feel that North America is not a high priority market for GM. which is just a shame since most of Buicks U.S lineup in recent years (except for the enclave) has been somewhat of a disappointments especially when you compare U.S Buicks to what everyone else in the world getsOutside of NA we can see what Buick SHOULD be...which is upsetting when I look at what we've got to settle on.
Perhaps that is the case and part of me agrees with that. The other part says that the Astra isn't selling either so maybe there is an overarching problem with the brand not just one of its models. It could be that there hasn't been enough marketing support to clue buyers in on Saturn's changing image; that the cars are not competitive enough (Astra's nice, but it is lacking several key NA-market considerations. I never liked the Aura's design--in or out); or that there aren't enough dealers to sell this new lineup.Maybe GM has decided that Saturn cannot sell anything larger than compact, so they give the Insignia to Buick instead. Hence why the next Saturn Aura is on hold. Actually sounds quite logical to me