by Roadmaster on May 28, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Roadmaster 4dr Sedan
I bought this car from a priviate owner for my kid that was getting ready to graduate and end up keeping it for myself. The only problem i have had with it was, the radiatior drain plug came out on me. It was rough looking, but a very sound car.
by Joe Gray on Mar 6, 2007 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Roadmaster Limited 4dr Sedan
I wanted a bigger safer car in 1997 then became 2nd owner at 68K miles. New tranny at 122K. New heater core at 130K. Two alternators, 3 or 4 mufflers. Rubber door trim won't stay on, I re- glue it, but looks OK if I don't wanna bother at the time. I rely on rear side view mirrors when changing lanes on the freeway - has a blindspot. Primary around town driving is in Drive, not OD. I've bought tires once, highway, not all season. This car is not for sale and I drive it everyday.
by Frank Livingston on May 16, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Roadmaster 4dr Sedan
Very comfortable to ride.Highway gas
mileage about 20/gal, city about 13.
Front brakes just now replaced at
68000 but had .125 in. left. Red maple
paint is like new. Tires are now new
on the front and the rears has about
15000 on. Radiator had to be new about
20000 mi. Heater had to have the
blower control replaced two years ago.
by Billy Little on Aug 22, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Roadmaster Limited 4dr Sedan
I have driven this car for 210,000
miles (it has 240,000)with no major
problems. I have changed the starter,
radiator and an airconditioning hose.
Other than the normal tires, batteries
and lube schedule, nothing else has
been done. I still average 20 mile to
the gallon and can not even tell it is
running while it idles.
by gmdgc on Jul 12, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Buick Roadmaster Limited 4dr Sedan
my 92 buick roadmaster has been a verry
good car. gm put a new moter in it at
5000 miles and anew transmisson at 25000
miles. other than that, i put new brakes
at 55000 and new battery in 01. the
brakes are better than on my 97 caddy,
which i bought in 97 since 96 was the
last year for the roadmaster. too bad
they quit making them. i'm only selling
it because i moved beside the country
club and i now need garage space for my
electric golf cart and my rider lawn mower.
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