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Skylarks got a new Quad 4 base engine with plenty of zest: 150 horsepower, to be precise. A new tubular rear axle put springs and shock absorbers on the same line as the back wheels. Automatic-transmission fluid now was supposed to last 100,000 miles.
1995 Buick Skylark
pros: Power, handling, great gas mileage, handles like it's on rails.
cons: a bit cramped, even the "sporty" GS looks dated
1995 Buick Skylark GS, a great little car!
I have been driving my 1995 Buick Skylark GS for about three years now. I purchased it the LAST time... See Full Review
pros: V6 has enough power, quiet, good handling, small
cons: could have been sportier looking
I sure miss my ole buick!
I decided about a year ago that I needed a pickup, since my soon-to-be exwife already had a good spo... See Full Review
pros: Good gas mileage, cute, comfortable for short trips, and dependable
cons: Driving for eight hours or more gets old
Best Car I've Ever Owned
My Skylark and I have been together for almost six years now, and I've never been more satisfied wit... See Full Review
pros: Adequate power, loaded with features. Only one recall to add a relay switch.
cons: Could be more responsive, but it's still a good engine-transmission match.
This Baby Moves...
I picked-up this car from iMotors.com (which I also recommend). They gave it a tune-up, oil change,... See Full Review
pros: handling, look
Buy a Buick
I have a 1995 Buick Skylark. This car takes all the abuse I put on it. I drive a delivery job in m... See Full Review
|Seating Capacity||5 Seats|
|Engine Size||2.3L - 4 Cylinders|
|Current Retail Price||$1,519 - $1,824|
|Original List Price||$14,570 - $17,230|
|Current Wholesale Price||$475 - $571 (Update Date: 1/1/06)|
|Available Models||Custom 2 Dr Coupe, Custom 4 Dr Sedan, Gran Sport 2 Dr Coupe, Limited 2 Dr Coupe, Limited 4 Dr Sedan|