1979 Buick Skylark Limited 2.8 V6 from Norway
Cheap, quiet and comfortable
Some rust on the car, because of the Norwegian winter and dry climate.
It's a cheap, quiet and comfortable car. It's not too roomy, but has a large trunk.
The engine delivers decent power and very good highway economy. The cars uses about 0.8 l/mil at the highway and 1.3 l/mil in the city.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th December, 2009
I wish I still had mine. It was a '78 coupe and the engine is actually a 3.8, which they put in the later models before they quit making them (the earlier ones had a straight 6) with the exception of the V8 models. I have many good memories of that car.
My brother now has a '76 Nova however, which is the exact same car as the Skylark on the same chassis, BUT my brother's Nova has the 305 V8 in it, which would blow the doors off that 'ol Skylark I used to own!
Truly the end of a great era for the American automobile. They quit making this wonderful body style in '79. (Skylark, Nova, Olds Omega, Pontiac Ventura).