About Buick Reatta
The Buick Reatta is a two-door, two-seat, front-wheel-drive Grand Tourer manufactured by Buick and sold as a coupe and convertible. It features parts like a 3.8-liter V6 engine and a shortened version of GM's E platform. The brand's first two-seater and 1985 convertible were built at the Craftsman Center as part of Reatta's highly specialized assembly program. Teams of skilled workers assembled the car at various locations rather than on a traditional assembly line. Once the team assembled a part, robots moved the machine to the next station. The company expected to sell 20,000 cars a year, but production of the Reatta was halted in 1991 after only 21,850 cars were sold in four years.
The Reatta uses parts like the "Buick 3800" transverse V6. It produces 165-170 hp and 210-220 Nm of torque. The car has independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, and front-wheel drive. The top speed is electronically limited to 125 mph. The car has a speed limit of 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway. The three-wheel vehicle has two seats, two lockable rear compartments, and a lockable tailgate. All of these Buick Reatta pars contributed to the driving qualities of the car.
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Optional Buick Reatta parts available at the start of sales included the 6-speed manual gearbox and black or body-colored side molding. A sunroof was offered as one of the optional parts in late 1988, and a keyless start became standard in 1989. The Reatta was the only model with parts like retractable headlights with high beams that could be moved up and down. The Riviera had fixed headlights hidden behind removable hoods.
In 1988, the brand produced 55 special models that were distributed to Buick's 60 largest dealerships. These models were called "Select Sixties" and were painted black. The program resumed in 1990 when 65 convertibles were produced. The interior was bright red with white seats, and everything was painted white, including the 16-inch wheels. All Select Sixties models had special badges on the hood. Each Reatta model came with a leather-bound manual and pen. It is a rare and one-of-a-kind collector automobile that is regarded for its fantastic design, excellent performance, comfortable cabin, and overall decent ride. Its rarity and uniqueness contribute to its high demand. So if you have a Buick Reatta, don't let your car gather dust in your garage because of damaged or worn-out parts. Use the OEM Buick Reatta parts from the online shop to get them back on the road right now.