2002 Buick Regal

Buick Regal

In 1997, the Hundred and the Imperial merely became versions of the like car, posing on a revised W program that was divided with the Oldsmobile Machination, the Pontiac Thousand Prix, and the Chevrolet Impala. The Imperial’s distance was thirster than the 100. A four-door saloon was the alone framework offered, and differences were generally enhancive. As the upmarket variant, the Royal offered bigger engines and enthusiast cut, and again boasted a newer edition of the 231 (3.8 L) V6. Piece the 100 was chiefly a dependable, economy-minded car based upon the W-body, the Purple was fitted with many conveniences, including het leather seating, a Monsoon 8-speaker environs voice organisation, duple mood ascendance, and heroic internal distance. Few changes occurred during this variation’s seven-year run.

2002 Buick Regal

This menstruum held the quickest Buick since the years of the K Interior, the Buick Imperial GS. This car was now charged alternatively of turbocharged and produced a selfsame tidy 240 hp (179 kW) and 280 ft·pound (380 N·m) of torsion. It has gained a repute amongst those who cognise automobiles as a ‘wagon-lit’, or a car that performs amend than one would carry from its looks.

When introduced in 1997, Buick advertised the Imperial as the “car for the charged folk”.

2002 Buick Regal

Engines:

1997-2004 3.8 L (231 in³) Serial II V6
1997-2004 3.8 L (231 in³) Serial II Charged V6

2002 Buick Regal

The ’97½ to ’04 Buick Regals were useable with two nearly indistinguishable but yet identical dissimilar powertrains; the 3800 Serial II 90* V6 pushrod locomotive with a 231 ci shift. The Buick Royal LS was equipt with a 200 HP course aspirated locomotive (L36) and the Buick Imperial GS sported a 240 HP charged locomotive (L67). The Buick Imperial LS from the mill had a 1/4 mil ET of good less than 16 seconds and the Buick Majestic GS had a 1/4 mi ET of upright less than 15 seconds. In 1997 that was nimble to almost standards.

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