I now have 256,000+ miles on my
Century. It still has the original
engine/transmission. This car is very
solid and dependable.The last trip I
made I got 30.2 MPG. I get about 20-22
around town. Change the oil regularly
too. A Buick dealer could not believe
the mileage on the car and that this
was the original engine. I told him
that that is exactly what is wrong
with the American attitude- as he was
shocked that the car could last so
long, and be in the shape that it
is.Would he be shocked if it was a
Honda, BMW, etc? Probably not.It looks
like a fairly old car, but the body
integrity is solid, with no dings,
dents. All in all a wonderful car.
Very smooth, comfortable ride.
Original stereo/cassette still works
I would buy a new one (when mine
finally gets too tired to move)if I
could have as much faith in the new
product as I have in mine: Where do
the salespeople come from?
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