Introduced in 1951 as a Motorama show car, the Buick LeSabre was an entry-level full-size car by the Buick division of General Motors. The LeSabre was made available in a complete range of body styles, though the station wagon variant was discontinued between 1965-1975. In 1977, the LeSabre was downsized along with the other GM full-size models and only a pillared coupe, sedan, and wagon were left.
Throughout its lifespan, the LeSabre was a consistent best-seller among Buick's full-size vehicles. It was the last of the four nameplates introduced in 1959 (LeSabre, Invicta, Electra, Electra 225) to remain in the lineup.
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