Sapphire blue over titanium according to the sticker🤭 and yes it's the 2.4 ltr sidi motor. Its punchy but not terribly fast just amazes me how quiet the car is and just solid. And yes most small sedan do look the same probably why everyone is SUV 's and trucks. This vehicle stickered for 25630 3 years ago. I got it for roughly 1/2 its sticker price. With 16,000 miles on it
Solidity is the hallmark of Buick, in my experience anyway. The Park Avenue rode much like my late '86 MB 420SEL, and the Regal handled the nasty streets here quite well, given that it had 18" wheels and fairly low-profile tires. The "chud" as the doors shut . . . that's confidence-inspiring.
If GM/Buick had marketed the Verano Turbo right, they could have had a steady seller. Instead what we got was goofy TV ads with "I don't see a Buick." They needed to play up its performance and its solidity instead of sticking an aging sports figure in one and having him natter on about connectivity and wi-fi.
I had only one or two semi-major issues with the Regal and its engine in five years. The seat heater element went out and was fixed under warranty, and there was another engine control or fuel-system issue that I can't recall the name of (I can look it up if you like), but the dealer diagnosed it quickly and charged me fairly. And mine had begun to use oil in the last two years despite regular oil changes and maintenance. Possibly something to do with the PCV valve, which is not an ordinary item that you can pop off and replace. Don't know if that is common to the 2.4L engine. You'll want to keep an eye on it.
In any case: Enjoy the beast!