Buick Lesabre is car of General Motors Company that was sold under the brand of Buick. Production of this car was started back in 1986 and was it produced until 2005, and then discontinued. During these years the body of Buick Lesabre has undergone a lot of changes and from the sedan it has become a two-door convertible. For all the time of production nine generations of the model have appeared. The last entered the market in 2000, Lesabre has received a number of stylistic changes concerning its appearance. Oval grille merges with the hood, and headlights snugly fit to the body panel. The rear lights have diagonal slits what is caused with configuration of the trunk lid.
The car was created on the base of Buick Riviera and inherited its oval shape of the body. Four-door sedan can accommodate six people, including the driver. Dimensions of the car are following: Length 5080mm, width 1867 mm, height 1448mm. Clearance of 137 mm.
As for the technical characteristics of Buick Lesabre, the six-cylinder engine with a turbocharger and intercooler oil capacity of 3.8 liters and four-speed automatic transmission is worth noting. Its power is 205 horsepower and torque is 312 Nm. The maximum speed is 215 km / h; the car accelerates to 100 km / h in 8.5 seconds. Fuel consumption in city area is 12.5 liters, and 18.1 liters on the highway. The car has a front-wheel drive.
There are three versions of this model: Celebration Edition, Custom and Limited. A distinctive feature of the Buick Lesabre Celebration Edition is a solid front seat which is designed for three people. In the other versions the front seats are separated: one is made for driver and another for passengers. Buick Lesabre Limited has elegant leather upholstery and driver's seats with electric adjustment. All models have disc brakes as a standard. High popularity of the car in the market explained by the use of advanced high technology in its development. A combination of a reasonable price and high quality has been making Lesabre the best selling model of Buick four years.