A REVIEW OF A UNIQUE 1986 BUICK GRAND NATIONAL THAT WILL DEFINITELY KEEP YOU UNTIL THE END

The 1980’s was quite the decade in the sense of turbocharged cars roaming America. We are talking about the Buick Riviera, the Lebaron GTS with the 2.2L Turbo Chrysler under the hood, the 84’ Dodge Omni, the 84’ Mustang SVO and some others, but not a single one was able to beat the absolutely epic 86’ Buck Grand National!

The today’s review that will definitely keep you entertained is done by the guys at the RegularCars. As they call it, the 1985 Buick Grand National is the “happiest car ever”. This guy has definitely a prolific car-vocabulary and his soothing voice will make you stay until the end.

The editing is made on a pro-level, the scenes are incredible and the points are clear.

This is how all reviews should be done! Even a non-car person would stick until the end.

Before you sit back in your relaxing chair and play this video, we would just like to remind you of this car’s specifications.

Under the hood is a 3.8 V6 which at that time was doing 235 HP. The 0 to 60 was also quite impressive, with a timing of 4.9. The record on the ¼ mile strip was a respectable 13.9 seconds.

Now that you know all the videos, hit that play button on the video below and experience this really well-made review.

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