What is it about the Buick Skylark that gets it no respect?
It's never in the front of Buick's catalog, nor first in the hearts of its buyers. It fills the entry-level niche at luxury-oriented Buick, sharing its underpinnings with the
Pontiac Grand Am and Oldsmobile Achieva. It sells the fewest copies of the three.
But there's plenty to change that for '96.
To start with, stylists tamed the Skylark's bodacious beak, giving it a more conservative look (the swoopy side trim is
retained). It's certainly a more acceptable look for Buick's mature buyers. The back end is much the same, but the result is an improved set of feathers for Buick's bird.
Trim levels are the same as last year: entry-level... Read More