2002 Buick LeSabre Limited 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
Have had the car for three years with only a single problem - one of the window mechanisms broke. Other than that it has been as reliable as any Honda or Toyota I have owned. I have not had to get it tuned up, replace the tires or any other issue. I think anyone looking for a car of this size would do well purchasing a Buick LeSabre. The only real issue I have is the resale price - it seems to drop faster than I would like. Your best option could be to buy a used one about two years old.
Comfort, looks for a large car, reliability and handling for a large car. Highway mileage is good.
Sound system could be improved as could in-town fuel economy.
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