Really nice car, big enough for going around with friends, comfortable enough for long trips. Big engine keeps you satisfied with good acceleration and enough torgue. The handling is what would be expected for such a comfortable ride, meaning you have to be careful when speeding and/or making turns. Reliability wise, many parts are failing after the 100k, but mostly what to be expected. Since, $1000 per year should be kept aside to fix it. A known discoloration issue that has devastated many similar Buicks has not skipped mine, and now the car looks like having two colors... :-) Still a very nice car that will take me places comfortably and affordable for a student nowadays to buy.
Torque and acceleration, huge space and ability to sit six, power seat adjustments, comfort in many levels.
Reliability, too soft suspension, paint job, dim light inside the cabin (yes previous reviewer, it is not only your car!), gas/mileage ratio (although pretty good for that engine size).
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