This Buick LeSabre has been well cared for with regular service, new struts, lots of very clean trunk space. There are no tears or scratches to the clean well kept interior. A new radio was installed last year with a CD player, multiple AM/FM bands and stereo speakers - front and back.
Seat Adjustment, tilt wheel steering, electric door locks and window adjustments, vast trunk area.
I bought this car with 172,000 miles for only $950. Aside from peeling pant, bad radio, old AC charge and a few interior defects from a smoker being previous owner, the engine and transmission has been the one of the best I have driven. I am at 182,000 miles now. When my dad and I looked at it and tested the oil and transmission fluids, it was almost like new. And this "granny mobile" with the 3.8 v6 will haul the mail! I have driven other 3.8s an a 4.2v8 and only the Caddy with the V8 will beat this car off the line. I suspect this car will go (with a few repairs and refurbs of detail work) until I literally drive it into something.
The GM engine and transmission system.
Stiffer suspension, alloy wheels, better paint, better air and exhaust lines, new radio (done already installation was fairly easy)
Hands down, the best car I have ever
driven on the open road. The handling
of the car is great, so it looks like
my dads car....who cares. I drive 100
miles round trip to work every day and
it is with grace!
The handling on the road
needed upgrade of interior.....which
buick has completed in the newer models
I have had my car since 1996 and could
probably count 6 times that I have had
to have anything done to it, besides
general maintenance. The most
extensive repair has been an
alternator! This is the second Buick I
have owned and I only traded because I
was driving a Century T-type and needed
more room. Everyone knows it as
the "granny-mobile", I don't mind it
though, I will drive it until it
decides to quit for good. It has just
turned over to 176,400 miles.
I love the power it has, the
reliability and comfort.