2003 Buick LeSabre Custom 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
Though the LeSabre has some appealing
features, I'm disappointed to find it
continues to have many long-time
shortcomings. Specifically: the A/C
doesn't provide cold air, and had
trouble cooling the car in an 85-degree
day. The legroom for this 6'4" person
is pathetic for a big car. There is no
height adjustment on the seatbelts,
making them ride too close to my wife's
neck causing discomfort(this is
downright embarrassing, Buick). I still
have to slam the trunk for it to close
just like in my father's Buick of 25
years ago(which I hated even then when
I was too young to drive). The sound
from the stereo was muddy at best.
Good keyless remote; reasonable
acceleration and power; excellent gas
mileage and range for a big car.
Ice cold A/C. (Just copy Toyota's)
Adjustable seat belts.
Front seats that move back all the way
to the back seats.
Doors and trunks you don't have to slam
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