We have owned two Buick Centuries back to back. First, we owned a regular 2000 Century, then after 140,000 or so miles on it, we sold it. Then we purchased my mother in law's 2000 Century Limited with only 30,000 miles on it. I am on a 300 mile trip currently with 31 mpg. The standard Century got better mileage, about 34-36 mpg, with a tornado type vortex added. And I liked it best too, not as many frills.
Ride and mpg
Better mpg. I would like 50 plus mpg. I had a Datsun 210 in 1980 that got about 40 mpg. So, why are you wasting our time and money with poor gas mileage, especially when you can do better? And you wonder why Japan is taking away you market share? Reclining seats need to go all the way back
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