Buick LeSabre Owner’s Workshop Repair Manuals PDF

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Buick LeSabre background information

Buick LeSabre is a class E car of the American company Buick, which was part of the General Motors concern. Cars of several modifications were produced under this name during 1959-2005. 1959 serial production of four Buick E-Class models began – LeSabre, Invicta, Electra, Electra 225. Among them, LeSabre cars were the cheapest, the longest in series production and, accordingly, the best-selling of Buick models.

Series 4400, 1959–1960

The model was developed until the end of 1958 in the then popular aircraft style with an aggressive design of the front, tail fins. The car received a motor with a volume of 5965 cm, 250 hp. at 4400 rpm It was inferior to 6.6-liter Invicta and Electra engines. The engine was complemented by a 2-speed automatic transmission or a 3-speed manual. The LeSabre model was made with six body types. The 4400 underwent a minor upgrade in 1960. By the fall of 1960, 430,186 copies of the Buick LeSabre had been produced.

Series 4400, 1961–1964

1961 2- and 4-door limousine bodies, a 2-door hardtop coupe, a 4-door hardtop limousine with a 6571 cc engine with 280 hp were introduced. (optional 250 hp). 1963 returned the body of the convertible, station wagon. By the fall of 1964, 298,291 copies of the Buick LeSabre had been produced.

Custom 4600 Series (1965–1970)

At the beginning of 1965, a slightly upgraded version of the Custom was released with a 4916 cm³ engine at 210 hp, 3-speed automatic transmission, 4-door sedan, 2-door convertible, 2-door coupe, 5-door station wagon. In 1966, a 5572 cc engine with 220 hp was installed, the van was put into a separate Sport Wagon series, and the 2-door coupe was converted into a hardtop. In 1968, a 5735 cc engine with 230 hp was installed. with a slight change in design. Manufactured 937,856 cars.

Custom / Limited / Centennial (2000–2005)

The model was thoroughly redesigned for the production of 2000 with an oval radiator with a higher rear part. For the 100th anniversary of Buick 2003, a special model of LeSabre Centennial in pearl white was released. On June 22, 2005, the last LeSabre car came off the assembly line. It was replaced by the Buick Lucerne model.

Buick Le Saber is equipped with a 3.8-liter, 6-cylinder gasoline engine with 170 horsepower and 312/4000 Nm / (rpm). The car’s power unit is paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission. This engine consumes 7.3 l / 100 km in the mixed cycle and 11.9 l / 100 km in the city. Acceleration time from 0 to 100 km / h takes 8.8 seconds.

Buick LeSabre Owner's Workshop Manuals PDF

Buick LeSabre

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