In the year 1985, the remodeled front wheel drive Buick Electra is debuted with a fresh C structure that was further economized substantially, matched to last generation. As the part of representation remodel, the Buick avoided all V-8 engines. The sale was begun in the month April, 1984 beside the last back wheel drive kind that has stopped manufacturing that month. The model was primarily powered by a carbureted 3.0 L Buick V-6 engine, the fuel inserted 3.8 L Buick V-6 engine or 4.3 L Oldsmobile diesel V-6 engine. All was assisted to four-speed mechanical transmission with the ratio of 0.70 to 1 overdrive mechanism. The 3.0 L V-6 and 4.3 L diesel V-6 was no utilized after the year 1985. The trim stages for Electra initially contained 300 or 380 or 430, park possibility and presentation-oriented T-kind. The important feature of Buick Electra is on the front side; there is an opening toward passenger section, opposite of traditional setup.