Car was very comfortable with plenty of
leg room but front seat on long all day
trips was too soft. At 6,000 miles the
front end creaked when car righted
itself after a sharp turn. Dealership
and Zone Office agreed that it made a
noise but refused to correct it. I
should have invoked lemon law but sold
it soon thereafter. Now I have a DeVille
- No more Buicks and this was the third
LeSabre but all had rattles especially
in the dash.
Ride, gas mileage, handling
Design of flat ugly plain back seat.
Interior on base LeSabre is not as
attractive as an Impala. Build quality and
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