Buick LeSabre 7th generation
|Vehicle technical details|
|Total production||1.2 million|
|Assembly plant||Flint, Michigan|
|Top speed||108 mph (173 km/h).limited|
|Acceleration||60 mph (97 km/h) 8.9 seconds|
|Body and chassis|
|Chassis/body||GM H platform|
|Engine and Powertrain|
|Drive||Front wheel drive|
|Engine Type||V6 Gasoline|
|Engine location||Transverse front|
|Engine power||170 hp-205 hp (125-151 kW)|
|Transmission||4-speed 4T60-E,4T65-E automatic|
|Weights and Dimensions|
The Buick LeSabre Custom / Limited 7th generation was a series of passenger cars , which was manufactured by Buick from late 1992 to 1999 For many years, the LeSabre was the entry-level model at Buick with the lowest base price.
An aerodynamic revision received the LeSabre in the late summer of 1991 for the model year 1992, so he looked similar to the Park Avenue . Thus he also increased in length with a constant wheelbase something.
There was only a four-door sedan with the 3.8 -liter V6 engine, whose performance had been increased to 170 hp (125 kW). Only the two better equipment variants Custom and Limited were available.
In 1993, ABS became standard on all LeSabre models, and there was a special 90th birthday model from Buick with cruise control, exterior pinstripes and cassette player, . Up to and including 1995, there were only minor technical changes.
In model year 1996, the LeSabre received a new engine. The 3.8 -liter V6 engine of the second series made 205 hp (151 kW).
In the autumn of 1996 for the model year 1997, a light facelift in which the flashing lights from the front headlights wandered into the bumper. Also, there was now a standard tachometer, but did not quite fit the still-use broadband tachometer. In this version, the cars were still built until the summer of 1999.
In total, about 1.2 million copies of the LeSabre of the second model generation with front-wheel drive were produced in eight years.