Review on the car year 1989 Buick Park Avenue out-of-date design

Review added: 24 June 2013 | Views: 8882 | Comments: 1

Vehicle characteristics:

Transmission: Manual

Body: sedan

Review about Buick Park Avenue

Very old-fashionable and decrepit car which didn’t lose its credit with time of heavy use. It was our family car and every member loves it without any disdain.

Car Buick Park Avenue c 1975 to 1990. It was a full-size sedan Buick Electro, different from the standard version of the trim level. And in 1991 it was already independent model. First concept, on the basis of which later became a mass-produced version was introduced in 1989 under the name of Park Avenue Essence. During the graceful lines of the body, he was nicknamed «American Jaguar» (American Jaguar). 4-door sedan Buick Park Avenue was built on the C-platform from the company General Motors. Under the hood, as standard, the power unit located 3800 Series I V6 of 3.8 liters. As for the powertrain, there was a 4-speed automatic transmission 4T60-E. In Europe, the basic version of the Buick Park Avenue, sold between 1991 and 1996., Seemingly little different from the North American model. To external changes included the following elements: the modified rear lights with amber lenses, amber brake lights, larger side mirrors, a different arrangement of front position lamps. In 1992 he was released top version Buick Park Avenue called Ultra. Under its hood is a turbocharged engine was located 3800 Series I V6 of 3.8 liters capacity equal to 228 hp at 5000 rev / min (standard power version was 170 hp). Also sedan distinguished and exclusive interior trim. In the future, with the advent of the new engine (3800 Series II V6) to Park Avenue Ultra power version of 240 hp at 5200 rev. / min, while the standard version will be satisfied with only 205 hp. Until 2003, no major changes to the Buick Park Avenue occurred. And in 2003 got a new car and much grille.

Accomplishments Buick Park Avenue

powerful engine with combination of gearbox

Disadvantages (breakage, repairs) year 1989 Buick Park Avenue

out-of-date design, derived from 1960’s fashion

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