Wish my mechanics were with me before I
bought it. Mainly drove to the train.
But it needed brand new brakes & roters
3x’s and a new engine after 5 yrs.
With low speed driving, the oil can’t
burn off efficiently, even with regular
oil changes. The front alingment design
caused flat tires and needed new lower
ball joints. It had continued fuse
problems, and the alternator got
replaced twice. 1 month ago it died on
the expressway without warning.
Another engine design problem allowed
the antifreeze to leak into the engine
& overheat. Never did any warning
lights go off. With 67K miles, the body
looked great, but under the hood was
The outside design of the car and the
color were my favorite.
Buick should look at giving the 10
year, 10,000 mile warranty on their
cars. Then maybe they will focus on
producing quality cars.
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