2001 Buick Century Consumer Review: The good the bad and the truth

2001 Buick Century - Consumer Review

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The good the bad and the truth
By curtis lear on


2001 Buick Century Limited 4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)


I like the looks and the good gas milage. The car rides good for a mid- size. There are lots of extras that make the car convenient to drive. But there are many blind spots that make it difficult to see to the side or back when trying to shift lanes. The car lacks power but is sufficient for any one who is not in a race. Take heed to those who say transmission troubles appear about 65000 miles. They are telling the truth.Be prepared to spend $1500-$2500 on another transmission. Other than the expense of a transmission you may have a dependable car.

Best Features

Keyless entry, good gas milage, better than average ride and I like the split bench seats.

Worst Features

Fix the transmission so it will last longer. Better design of the interior that would eliminate bind spots as you try to look to the side or rear of the car. It could use more power.
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