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Buick PDF manuals

Buick Century 1993 Manual – download PDf
Buick Enclave 2008 Manual – download PDF
Buick Enclave 2009 Owner Manual – download PDF
Buick Encore 2016 Owner Manual – download PDF
Buick Lucerne 2009 Owner Manual – download PDF
Buick Regal 2017 Owners Manual – download PDF
Buick Verano 2017 Owners Manual – download PDF
Buick Lacrosse 2005 Manual – download PDF
Buick Lesabre Manual 1993 – download PDF
Buick Lucerne 2008 Manual – download PDF
Buick ParkAvenue 1993 Manual – download PDF
Buick Rainier Manual 2004 – download PDF
Buick Rendezvous 2002 Manual – download PDF
Buick Riviera 1993 Manual – download PDF
Buick RoadMaster 1993 Manual – download PDF
Buick Skylark 1993 Manual – download PDF
Buick Terraza 2005 Manual – download PDF
Buick Verano 2012 manual – download PDF

Buick Electrical Wiring Diagram

EWD charging circuit diagram for the 1940-49 Buick all models

About Buick

Buick is an American automaker, the division of the corporation General Motors.

In addition to the North American market itself, Buick is represented in the Chinese market (most of the models sold there are not connected with the Buicks of the American market). There, this brand enjoys an ever-increasing demand. So, in 2007, 331 780 brand cars were sold on the Chinese market (an increase of 10.1%).

History

1902 – David Dunbar Buick founded the Buick Motor Car Company in the US city of Flint, Michigan.
1903 – release of the first car designed by the founder.
1904 – William C. Durant becomes the company’s manager; a new model B with a two-cylinder engine is produced.
1908 – joins General Motors. It was sold about 8 thousand cars of this brand.
1914 – the first 6-cylinder Buick appeared.
1925 – the use of 6-cylinder engines on all cars was started.
1931 – all cars use 8-cylinder in-line engines. There are new families of cars Special, Century, Roadmaster and Limited.
1934 – independent spring suspension of the front wheels.
1936 – disc wheels instead of spiked and V-shaped windshields instead of flat ones.
1938 – spring suspension of the rear axle instead of the spring suspension.
1939 – the longest and most prestigious Buick – the eight-seater limousine of the Limited series, model 39-90L was released.
1940 – was introduced an additional fifth series (50, it’s Super).
1948 – release of new model Roadmaster. For the first time on the “Buicks” appears AKPP (optional, only Roadmaster).
1949 – curved windscreen instead of V-shaped.
1953 – created model Skylark. Created a new V-shaped “eight” with a capacity of 164 hp. for the Super series and 188 hp – for the Roadmaster series. The voltage of the on-board electrical system is 12 V instead of the previous 6 V.
1979 – production of compact cars of the Skylark family started. After that, with an interval of a year come the models Century and Skyhawk.
1984 – release of the Riviera Coupe. First show of the Park Avenue model.
1987 – The Regal model was shown in Los Angeles.
1992 – release of the new generation of the Le Saber model.
1997 – the release of the new generation of the Century model began.
1998 – presentation of the Signia model took place.
1998 – Buick subsidiary of the concern General Motors produces relatively inexpensive single-type, full-size front-wheel drive cars of the middle class for the American market.

Buick lineup

Modern models of Buick (USA, Canada and Mexico)

Buick LaCrosse (2005 – present)
Buick Enclave (2007 – present)
Buick Regal 2011 (2010 – present)
Buick Cascada (2016 – present)
Buick Encore (2013 – present)
Buick Envision (2016 – present)

New models of Buick (China)

Buick Royaum (2005 – 2006)
Buick GL8 (2000 – present)
Buick Excelle (2003 – present)
Buick HRV (2005 – 2009)
Buick Regal (1999 – present)
Buick Sail (2001-2006)
Buick LaCrosse (2007 – present)
Buick Park Avenue (2007 – 2012)
Buick Envision (2014 – Present)
Buick Enclave (2014 – Present)
Buick Encore (2012 – present)
Buick Verano (2015 – present)
Buick Velite 5 (2017 – present)
Buick GL6 (2017 – present)

Prototypes

Buick Y-Job (1938)
Le Sabre (1951)
Buick XP-300 (1951)
Buick Wildcat I (1953)
Buick Wildcat II (1954)
Buick Wildcat III (1955)
Buick Centurion Concept (1956)
Buick Riviera Silver Arrow I (1963)
Buick Questor (1983)
1985 Buick Wildcat (1985)
1988 Buick Lucerne (1988)
Buick Bolero (1990)
Buick Sceptre (1992)
Buick XP2000 (1996)
Buick Signia (1998)
Buick Cielo (1999)
2000 Buick LaCrosse (2000)
Buick Blackhawk (2000)
Buick Bengal (2001)
Buick Centieme (2003)
Buick Velite (2004)