2002 Buick Century Custom 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)
If the 2002 Buick Century is your first choice for a new car, you may want to reconsider. If a car's looks, interior ergonomics, handling, and performance characteristics are important, then you probably shouldn't bother with this Buick. The Century's six cylinder engine is anemic; its radio-tapedeck sound systen is awful; and its glove box is so small it barely holds a standard size road map. What were the designers thinking? The really sad part is that car makers design and build cars like these - lacking in every respect, and then have no qualms about expecting consumers to pay $20,000 for the experience. B. Randall
Rethink the interior layout; improve handling characteristics immensely; add disk breaks to the rear.
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