My 95 Lesabre has been in the family since new.
I use it as my daily commuter to save gas and miles on my other gas thirsty trucks.
Overall the car has been reliable.
Other than the usual wear items (a/c, brakes, etc.) I've had to replace a cheap plastic water fitting at the intake.
And the ECM started acting haywire, but a junkyard computer for $50 solved that problem.
It's not a "fun" car, but it's cheap, reliable, and I get a solid 20 mpg with town and highway driving,
Almost 22 on all highway driving.
Easy to work on and parts are cheap.
Reliable 3800 motor, easy to see out the back window unlike newer cars.
Would prefer the car to have larger side mirrors, this car needs an aftermarket CD player with AUX input.
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