by buick03 on Dec 4, 2005 Vehicle: 1990 Buick Regal Custom 2dr Coupe
i bought the car with 162,000 miles. Ran great the whole time,only had a tune up done. I traded it to my father which is extremely rough on cars and it ran 15000 miles with his abuse. Later on he ran it out of transmission fluid and burnt the transmission up...but it still drove..trans needed a rebuild at 178,000..due to no transmission fliud
by RocketCityRam on Oct 13, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Buick Regal Limited 2dr Coupe
Even though I'm over 6'1", I find the
car plenty roomy and there's a lot of
room in the back as well. The fuel
usage is good, the accessories are
incredible for a car of this class and
year. It's so much fun to drive. The
ride is good. My car has 109K and I
just put new rear struts on it. Boy
what a difference. I can't wait to do
by Regal215 on Apr 5, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Buick Regal Limited 2dr Coupe
The best feature of my 1990 buick regal
limited is the interior design. I'm a
tall driver (6'3"), and this car was
designed with drivers like myself in
mind. The rear seat has been shortened
to provide extended legroom for rear
passengers (unlike the cougar or
thunderbird). Comfort is the word to
describe the feeling of driving this
short of bringing it to dealer. i understood the old cable type odometers but this thing i cant even figure out where it picks up the signal. i assume it must be electrical. the speedometer is digita?...
The problem with it in the Regal and LaCrosse (for some people, but not for me) is that both cars are porky for their size. And 19/30 mpg looks not so good compared to other mid-size 2.0 to 2.5 liter ...
I see some of you have experience in the Grand Marquis (hi there WWCJR) and wonder how the Century compares. Also - what's the difference in feel between the Century and Regal? I've monitored the GS...
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