A few weeks ago I featured three luxury sedans from GM circa 2001 on 9/11; today we see how far GM has come in the approximately ten years time past that date. Therefore I have found three much more modern GM cars in the $20K price range, the highest ever here on Used Car Face Off. One is a FWD turbo 4, one is a AWD turbo six, and last is a RWD V8. The question though is, which of the three is worth that kind of cash? Here are the options:
Here we have a nearly brand new Buick Regal powered by the 2.0L Ecotec turbo 4 and eAssist for a little more economy...will the peace of mind provided by its 13K mileage and dealership seller win you over?
This was the last new model Saab ever made. Born in 2011, this example is a top-of-the-line Aero XWD with the turbo V6 and one of Haldex’s finest all wheel drive systems with only 54K miles under its belt. Equipped with everything including HUD and a panoramic roof, will this Epsilon Platform car beat its Buick brother?
Now that we’ve seen two Epsilon Platform cars, let’s go to the Sigma Platform for the venerable CTS-V, known widely as the fastest modern American wagon. Here we have a sedan though, with 101K miles on its six year old body...is it worth the fuel economy?