Known as an upmarket brand of General Motors, Buick has been manufacturing premium cars since 1899. Today, Buick sells their vehicles throughout the United States, Mexico, Taiwan, China, and Canada, with the company’s headquarters located in Michigan. Their first two models were produced in 1899 and 1900 respectively. Further to this, they also designed the world’s first overhead valve internal combustion engine.
Some of the more popular Buick cars include the LeSabre, Enclave, and Regal – the latter of which was also the official pace car for the 1981 Indianapolis 500. A special 90th Anniversary Edition LeSabre was also launched in 1993 to celebrate Buick’s 90th anniversary. Buick produced several engines from 1904 to 1953, including 6 and 8-cylinder variations. If you are looking to conduct routine maintenance on your Buick, or need advice on repairs, our Buick repair manuals have everything you need. Choose the Haynes manual for your specific model and have all the technical information, service and repair instructions at your fingertips.