My 1988 LeSabre T Type was a fabulous
car, and I hated to trade it in. But,
it was time. A lot has changed in 16
years, and the Rainier has more gadgets
and toys than I really need but I like
them. Engine and transmission are very
powerful and smooth. Handling is
extremely agile. Braking performance
is top notch. I traded a great
performing vehicle for a new great
performing vehicle. The interior and
exterior styling are easy on the eyes,
and very functional.
Power, agility, good styling, and great
road performance on snowy, back country
Front seat cushions could be just a tad
longer for better leg support. If
you're looking for great gas mileage,
you'll probably want to look at another
type of vehicle.
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