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1990 Highlights

Base 2.5-liter engine gets more horsepower. Turn signal chime reminds driver when signal has been on for more than half-a-mile.

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1990 Skylark w/ Noisy 2.5L Tech4 Engine
This little car is a great A-to-B car or family car. The Tech 4 2.5l 4- cylinder is really noisy, but will run forever. I made the mistake of thinking it was valves tapping or an engine knock. But the two different machincs I took it to both said similar remarks, "The engine has a plasic timing gear that makes a lot of noise, even brand new, but it is nothing to worry about. Just keep up on regular maintence and she'll run forever." I have only heard of imports that reliable, not a Buick. But this car has shown me GM has and can make a reliable 4-cylinder car that last. At 129k miles it'll prbably go another 200k.
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This was my first vehilce and it turned out to be really reliable, so if your looking to put your son/daughter in there first car go for a nice looking 1990 Buick Skylark. Also, throw in a nice cd player and some good fresh speakers and you've struck gold.
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a bit slow, but one of the most comfortable cars i've ever driven. This baby's built like a rock(no major repairs since purchase)