1996 Buick Roadmaster Consumer Review: Big Car--Good Gas Milage--slee
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1996 Buick Roadmaster - Consumer Review

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Estate Wagon (5.7L V8 4-speed Automatic)

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Big Car--Good Gas Milage--sleepr!
By Dan Bower on

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1996 Buick Roadmaster Estate 4dr Wagon

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This big fast car gets around 17 mpg around town and 24 on the highway. Leather interior is luxurious, durable, and the air conditioning is so cold it'll make your teeth hurt. The last year for the Roadmaster is first year for this 4L60E trans--bad combonation! Other than wrestling the trans problem to the ground, owning this agile pachaderm is fun and keeps the miles off the new iron, which is leased. I will not hestitate to get another one of these after this one answers the dispatcher of That Great Junk Yard In The Sky---but next time a low-mile kitty from, say, Palm Beach or Clearwater.

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All these Roadmasters built in 1994- 1995 & 1996 had the LT1 Corvette 350.
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