The Buick Electra was introduced in 1959 and ran for six generations. It was Buick's largest car in size during its run, and comprised of a 2-door coupe, 4-door sedan and station wagon.
Redesigned for 1985. The Limited trim was rebadged as a base.
Final model year for the base coupe.
Final model year for the Park Avenue coupe.
A new "Park Avenue Ultra" was added for 1989.
After the 1990 model year, the Electra was replaced by two cars: Buick Roadmaster and Buick Park Avenue.