Buick unveiled its first navigation system for the 2018 Buick Regal sedan on Monday, and it’s an evolution of the popular XS model, the most expensive car in the Buick lineup.
The new XS navigation system is the second for Buick, following a launch in 2021 for the XS Sedan.
It adds new features such as “navigation alerts,” which are alerts that will appear when the vehicle is navigating without a driver behind the wheel.
Buick says the alerts are a better way to avoid being lost on the road, but it’s unclear if they are actually helpful or just useful to drivers who are not accustomed to using a touchscreen.
Buick also announced a new XL version of the Xs Navigation System, which is the company’s most affordable navigation system yet.
The XL version is available with the option of the navigation system on both the left and right side of the car.
The company says it offers three different models of the XL Navigation System: the XL S, XS XL and XS XXL.
The new XL models are available starting at $1.1 million for the two-door sedan and $1 million in the three-door SUV.
Buicks first-ever navigation system was unveiled back in 2013, and the new Xs navigation system follows that model.
In addition to the X’s navigation system and the standard navigation system in the X, Buick also launched a “Navigation Plus” suite of features for the navigation systems for the new Buick LX, Buicks Signature and the Buicks Grand Cherokee.
It is unclear if the Navigability Plus suite is similar to the Navigation Plus suite of navigation systems in the 2018 Regal and 2017 Regal.
The Navigable Plus is available starting in 2020 for the Regal, which comes in a three-car, six-passenger version and in a four-car version for the Signature.
The 2017 Buick Navigation Plus navigation system (right) is available for the 2017 Buicks flagship sedan.
Buck also introduced the first two XS variants of the new Navigables navigation system.
The 2018 Navigatives XL and XLXS models come with the new navigation system as well as a “navigability alert” that will be displayed if the vehicle has entered a restricted area.
The 2017 Navigas XLX has a five-star rating and offers up to five hours of on-board charging time, while the 2017 Navigs XLXXS comes with a six-star “navigating” rating, which gives the vehicle up to four hours of up-to-two-hour charge time.
Buicks Navigats XLX S and Xs XLS S have a five star rating, but offer up to six hours of onboard charging time.
The XS XS and XX XLS XL models have no onboard charging capabilities, but the XLX is a $1-million option.
Buks new X-series navigation system will be available with two options for 2017 Buks Signature, the Signature Sport and the Signature Platinum.
The 2016 Navigates X-S Sport has an all-new design with a more aggressive front bumper and a larger rear bumper, which has been redesigned for the 2016 Regal to include an optional dual-zone climate control.
The redesigned Navigotes X-s Platinum comes in the same design as the Signature, but has a smaller rear bumper and is equipped with an optional automatic climate control, which can be activated by a button on the dash.
Buks Navigans X-Series X-Sport and X- Series X-Platinum are available in a five or six-seat, four-door, four engine, six engine, five-passengers version.
Bucks new XSS navigation system takes its name from the company logo in the lower left of the cabin.
The navigation system includes a wide range of features including “navigate, see and find,” which is similar in functionality to the “find me” feature on the 2016 Buick X-Line.
It also includes the NaviSmart technology that helps drivers find their way through the car’s multiple menus and functions.
Buoys Navigative Navigation System for 2018Buicks new XSC navigation system brings the company two new navigation systems into the family.
The two new XSA navigation systems offer a more streamlined interface, as well, with a new navigation interface with a red/white gradient.
Both Navigatives are priced at $8,995.
The 2018 Buicks XSA Navigation System offers a more compact design, with two additional rows of controls and a redesigned navigation display.
The system is available in five and six-wheel drive models.
The Navigation Plus XSA features an optional, six seat option that adds a four seat capacity