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By Jim Mateja
September 3, 1995
Nothing wrong with the 1995 Buick Skylark GS coupe that a less overbearinggrille wouldn't cure. Luckily, just such a design change is coming for 1996. The 3.1-liter, 155-h.p., V-6 is responsive and fairly quiet and deliversvery good fuel economy at 19
m.p.g. city/29 m.p.g. highway. Driver-side air bag and ABS standard. Dual air bags and traction controlare coming for 1996 and though that will raise the price, the safety benefitsare worth the investment. Hold off for the '96. One question: Does Buick
needa compact coupe? Base price: $17,230.