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Buick Park Ave Motors for Sale

The Buick Park Avenue was introduced in 1991 as a standalone name for the first time. The nameplate was used from 1975 as the top level Buick Electra. One of Buick’s top line luxury cars, it went through 2 design changes before production was stopped in America, from 2007 to present the car has been made in China and offered in China. Buick Park Avenue Motors for Sale are in stock and priced below expectations.

The new model Park Avenue’s, built from 1991 and on are front wheel drive only. The original Park Avenue of the 70’s was a conventional rear wheel drive. The car went through a major design change while coming into the lineup as it’s own model in 1991. The setup Buick uses is called a transverse mounted motor and transmission. The engine and transmission run east to west of the axis of the car. Some people call it side-ways mounting.

The first generation Park Avenue was made from 1991 to 1996 and Buick kept it simple, the 3.8L Buick V6 engine was the only motor option. We call this the L 3800 series V6, which does not use a turbocharger for more horsepower.

In the ”Ultra” model Park Avenue Buick installed a supercharged motor starting in 1992. Considered a sports car of sorts by many due to it’s great acceleration.

The Second Generation Park avenue was made from 1997 to 2005 and was the last generation to be made and offered in America. It also had only one main engine and a turbocharged model also. The standard motor also a 3.8 liter motor in size. Called the Series ll 3800 Buick V6 motor. A turbocharged version was made for the Park Avenue ”Ultra”.

The third generation Buick Park avenue is only distributed in China, it comes in a CDC [complete knockdown] kit, which means it need to be assembled. The Park Avenue is powered by Australian-built versions of the GM High Feature engine. The standard engine is the 2.8 liter LP1, while the 3.6 liter LY7 is available as an option on the Elite and Flagship models. The engine control unit is a Bosch E77 32-bit ECM processor.

GotEngines.com/motors offers a variety of viable Buick engine replacement solutions. It’s up to you to call now and find out which replacement motor option is in your best interests. Call now and speak with a qualified professional whose only job is to make sure you buy the right motor for your needs. Ask about our rebuilt motors, used motors and find out which ones ship for free.