by Rory on Sep 6, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Skylark Gran Sport 2dr Coupe
When I first got this car it ran good. I drove it from Independence IA to Waukesha WI for 2 years without a problem. I moved back to Iowa and I started to realize the waterpump was going out. Had that fixed plus 2 sensors replaced, 1 on the engine and 1 in the tranny. It ran fine for a year and a half. Now it runs bad. I've put a code reader on it and it pulls nothing. It just sits out back now.
by Robson on Dec 24, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Skylark 4dr Sedan
I bought it with 90K miles and I added
now over 105K WITHOUT SINGLE PROBLEM!
Never broke, never failed, not even oil
leaks, just perfect reliable car. It's
sad that the newer cars is the worse
are they. 92 skylark is just the best.
by ESumma on Jun 21, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Skylark Gran Sport 4dr Sedan
This car is a rarity from Buick. There
were several styling enhancements that
made this vehicle special. The
GranSport model made the workaday
Skylark shine. It gave a special
interior, exterior scheme, and
performance oriented nature. The
GranSport should be considered by
anyone looking to purchase an older
Buick for cheap thrills.
by WHITESAND on Jun 12, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Skylark Gran Sport 2dr Coupe
I HAVE ALWAYS PREFERRED GENERAL MOTORS
VEHICLES AND THE 92 BUICK GRAN SPORT IS
NO EXCEPTION. IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN
DEPENDABLE, NORMAL MAINTENANCE IS
REQUIRED. IT HAS FRONT WHEEL DRIVE AND
IS VERY GOOD IN SNOW. IT HAS THE
SPORTY LOOK OF A GM SPORTS CAR WITHOUT
THE HIGH INSURANCE RATES. OVERALL, I
HAVE BEEN VERY PLEASED WITH THIS
Redesign meant to bring younger buyers into showrooms backfires. Choice of four- or six-cylinder engines available. Automatic transmission, ABS, power door locks and split-folding rear seat are standard. Still has door-mounted seatbelts. Adjustable Ride Control, standard on GS and optional on other Skylarks, allows driver to select one of three suspension settings.