2015 Buick Grand National

Judging by the rumors circulating the internet, Buick could revive one of his most famous cars ever produced. Buick brand has come a long way over the past few years and the latest reports indicate that the brand wants to live up to its aspirations for restoring their performance Grand National and GNX models. Grand National GNX and more powerful version of the options were to Buick Regal model years in the 1980s, thanks to the turbo engine car was the fastest model of the company during this period. GNX version is particularly rare with only 547 copies produced in 1987. year, which achieve and the figure of $ 100,000.

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2015 Buick Grand National Release Date and Engines

Two saloon cars will be presented to 2015th and will be based on the Alpha platform with rear-wheel drive, which currently makes the Cadillac ATS models. It is expected that the 2015 Grand National to be offered with several engines originate from ATS models including turbocharged 2.0 L four-cylinder engine that develops 272 hp power and 352 Nm of torque, and the 3.6 L V6 engine producing 320 hp power and 371 Nm torque moment. In addition, with the concern of fuel-efficient, RWD may not the only option since GM may provide All Wheel Drive option.

2015 Buick Grand National rear view

The 2015 Buick Grand National GNX model on the other hand will be available exclusively in black, with a twin-turbo 3.6 L V6 engine developing approximately 400 bhp of power. It is expected that with these models will be available and automatic transmission and possible systems of all-wheel drive. Sales could start to  2015. year.

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