The 1932 Buicks were given styling modifications that included new hood doors rather than louvers, longer flowing fenders, taillights, a tapered radiator, and a raked windshield with no external sun visor. The top-of-the-line Buick was the 90 series cars, which had a 134-inch wheelbase and offered in a variety of different body styles. Power was from a 344.8 cubic-inch overhead-valve inline eight-cylinder engine with 133 horsepower. Also available on the 90 series was Wizard Control, which provided owners both freewheeling and no-clutch shifting between second and third gears. The suspension was comprised of solid axles with leaf springs all around, and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. The engine was backed by a three-speed sliding gear synchromesh transmission.