My Buick Century has issues that no automobile should have at 80,000 miles. Driver side automatic window does not work. The dash lights do not work (this is not a fuse issue). The tail lights do not work (again - not a fuse). Whole assemblies will need to be purchased for both of the previous problems. The trunks hinges are no longer holding up the trunk lid when opened. Both knobs for climate control broke (the part that slides over the stem simply disintegrated). And what's with these folks who have up to 38mpg gas mileage? I have never had more than 27mpg Highway and 21mpg city. This is a prime example to why GM went bankrupt. I will never buy a domestic made car again.
My highest rating was 8 for comfort. But if the car can't get you from point A to Point B without having some problem then comfort doesn't matter. It isn't comfortable driving with the hazard lights on at night time because your tail lights don't work. Or looking at a dark dashboard for that matter.
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