1985 Buick Electra Review Ratings
Average Ratings from 1 reviews
1985 Buick Electra Park Avenue Sedan Review
Classic styling with comfortable ride make this a great choice for those seeking an american sedan without the disadvantages of a v-8 rwd vehicle.
Rear air-assist suspension is prone to failure, any of these cars still around today sag in the rear...
Big Lazy Boat For People Who Value Comfort Above All Else. — This is a very traditional American sedan. It is a big, slow, sloppy handling living room on wheels. Torquey but slow revving 3.8 v6 is never in a hurry to move this boat, and automatic transmission shift points are odd, but maybe worn out vacuum modulator is to blame. For the age, this car has held up very well. the plush carpet and velour pillow top seats are in like new condition. Highway driving is where this car excels, the v6 has plenty of torque to go up hills without breaking a sweat. Soft suspension coupled with tires that have large sidewalls ensure that any bumps are absorbed. Only returns 23 mpg highway, not impressive by today's standards for a v-6.
Primary Use: Family transportation
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Reviews From Other Years
gas mileage is great, insurance low, we put $2600 base coat clear coat finish back on (oem) car looked great before the refinishing car looks brand new! san jose ca. to palm springs 1 tank of gas (It'... Read More
Hit It I Will Be Pissedm
ITS a great car. i did alot of work to it i tinted the lights and the windows got tinted i put a intake on it. replaced alot of parts and still replacing more. the car runs great. its definatly a car ... Read More
Very reliable for it's age. About $1000 per year on maintenance. I've done 120 in it. The seating is comfortable yet durable. I feel like it just wont die. It is a nice cruiser. People get freaked out... Read More
The Hunk Of Junk That I Loved
It was 21 years old when I got my hands on it and it had been sitting in the street for about 6 years without moving. The acceleration was decent and the braking was ok. It had a few dents in it but n... Read More
The Last Of The Rwd Line: 1984 Buick Electra Park Avenue
The pros and cons pretty much sum it up. It's a good older car that gets about the same MPG as a modern pick-up and is much nicer to drive on long trips with the added panache of the ancient body styl... Read More
It's A Good Demo Derby Car, That's About It
Huge car + 307 Olds engine = poor acceleration. Took effort to churn tires on tar. The tie rod on my specific car was far out of alignment, so it handled like crap, pulled to the right hard. Brakes w... Read More
From Junk, To Hot Rod, To Enduro
Slow Boat with red flames painted across the nose wallows in the corners 307 sucks gas and is slower than a geo however the thing works decent as a tractor around the yard and is very comfortable on l... Read More
1983 Buick Electra/park Avenue Diesel
I bought this car in Canton, South Dakota where it had apparently sat for sometime. The car ran fine when I purchased it for 600 bucks, but towards the end of it's life it began to smoke horribly and ... Read More