1985 Buick Grand National

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Overview


The 1985 Grand National remained largely the same with the exception of a revised front grille. The lack of changes stood as a testament to its engineering.


The 1985 Grand National remained largely the same with the exception of a revised front grille. The lack of changes stood as a testament to its engineering.

Almost all chrome was blacked out, and with George Throrogood's "Bad to the Bone" song ending up in the car's ad campaign, more and more youths were knocking on Buick's showroom doors leading the car to be more of an advertising platform than profit center.

Production Numbers


Grand National 2,102
Total Production 2,102

Performance Specs


Engine Size HP Torque 0 to 60 Quarter mile
Turbocharged 3.8L V6 231ci 200 hp at 4400 300 lb-ft at 2400 7.5 sec 15.7 sec at 87 mph

Transmission


  • Turbo Hydra-Matic 4-speed Auto

Paint & Colors


Exterior

Black

Interior

Black
Grey

OEM Brochures


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