by Willie on Apr 13, 2008 Vehicle: 1991 Buick Roadmaster Estate 4dr Wagon
This was actually purchased new by my grandfather, but I've kept it for sentimental reasons. It is a dream to drive as you never feel the pavement. Acceleration is unbelievable with an LT1 derivative V8. Steering is soft with no feeling of the road, but that is expected with such a large car. If you need trunk space, there is ample room. Reliability has been very good, the drivetrain is as tight as it was new, and it has 130,000 miles on it! If you enjoy large cars, this is the last large Buick ever made and it does not disappoint. You need to show these some TLC, but if you do, people will notice this car on the road. PS, this is a review of the 4dr Sedan.
I have Automatic climate control, when the heat should be blowing, it only blows cold air, and the compressor sounds like its cycling. I can feel heat in the core casing, but the system refuses to de?...
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