2001 Buick LeSabre Custom 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
14 months later, and now with 250,000 miles on this beast, it has still performed without a flutter from the engine or tranny. I can't believe this car still consistently delivers such solid performance at about 22 - 24 MPG. In the last year, I had to replace the two front axles at about 230K, the lower control arms at about 240K, and the master electrical control, but what can you expect with this kind of mileage? She still turns over every day, looks great, and the interior, except for the cheap door skin pins, has held up well. Too bad they stopped making them, or I would now consider buying a 2010 when I give this one to my son in the fall for his high school commute.
Gas mileage, solid engine/transmission performance
The door skins are held on with expensive cheaply-made crappy pins, the replacement window regulators are still too expensive,
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