From all the effort put into my other posts, it shouldn’t set anymore records for edit count lol. I now know how to display the stats and background as efficiently as possible, now that I know how to calculate these things.
1999 Buick Riviera
An old unibody luxury coupe.
Efficient, powerful, comfortable, and stylish both exterior and interior, this car is a fantastic all-rounder for the individual or couple seeking a reliable, yet safe, powerful, as well as convenient ride for a bargain price.
This vehicle rides on a modified GM G-body platform, which is both known for its weight and its durability. At the time, it was one of the top few most rigid cars in the world, speaking of torsional and bending (rated at 25hz, (the nm/deg exact value is unknown, but based on how strong the chassis is, it is about on-par with a 3rd gen Cadillac CTS (2015-) according to an article (links will be at the end of the suggestion)
Powered by a supercharged buick 3.8 series II v6 this vehicle makes decent horsepower of 240, and a fantastic torque rating of 280 pound feet at 3600rpm.
And being the 3.8 series II, it responds very well to mods.
This vehicle gets 18mpg in the city, and 27mpg on the highway. It has a fuel capacity of around 19-20 gallons (unclear)
These vehicles have very good interiors, comfy seats with advanced lumbar support (if you ask me, is SEVERELY lacking in today’s cars. I always get kinks in my back riding in new cars because there’s a big gap between my lower back and the seat)
This car is very nice for cruising.
Acceleration, stock: 9
0-60: 6.8-6.9 seconds with the paddleshift activated…(with automatic, its 8 second because it shifts really early for economy)
Modified (fully, minus weight distribution): 15.5
Defense score: 93
Attack score (no mods): 47
Attack score modded: 93
More pictures (article links below the pictures):
Why the 1999 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow Was the End of an Era - autoevolution
Tested: 1995 Buick Riviera Goes Beyond Bold Design (caranddriver.com)