Used 2003 Buick Century Consumer Reviews

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Great car

sherman, 01/07/2008
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

Excellent mileage, excellent ride. I have had no problems with this car. Oil has been changed at 3000 mile intervals

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I'm in love with with the deal of the CENTURY

Mary Stout, 03/01/2017
4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)
3 of 3 people found this review helpful

In 2015 I was in desperate need of a car for my 2 teenage daughters I found 2003 Buick century for $1500 some how it became my work car....this car has been the most reliable car I've ever owned and I'm a expert on USED cars in the time I've owed this car the only maintenance I've done is the normal oil changes and new tires that's it it gets the best gas mileage ever at 37 mpg.and I would definitely buy another Buick Century

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Low mileage isn't always good

David, 08/15/2017
4dr Sedan (3.1L 6cyl 4A)
5 of 7 people found this review helpful

Purchased car 2 years ago, only had 36000 miles on it with all service records. Looked like new. After only 6000 miles the #5 fuel injector stuck open which flooded the cylinder with gas causing the compression ring to break. Due to low mileage I decided to have engine completely rebuilt by a very reputable machine shop. Car ran good for about another 6000 miles and started skipping on #3 cylinder. Inspection revealed valve stem had pulled out of head. In shop again and now so I'll have alot more in car than its worth. The 3.1 GM engine is a piece of junk. PERIOD

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I'm Amazed at all the good reviews

Steve, 01/26/2010
6 of 9 people found this review helpful

My Buick Century has issues that no automobile should have at 80,000 miles. Driver side automatic window does not work. The dash lights do not work (this is not a fuse issue). The tail lights do not work (again - not a fuse). Whole assemblies will need to be purchased for both of the previous problems. The trunks hinges are no longer holding up the trunk lid when opened. Both knobs for climate control broke (the part that slides over the stem simply disintegrated). And what's with these folks who have up to 38mpg gas mileage? I have never had more than 27mpg Highway and 21mpg city. This is a prime example to why GM went bankrupt. I will never buy a domestic made car again.

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Love This Car

Scott C., 08/20/2008
2 of 2 people found this review helpful

I agree with some comments about the air vents. I hate how they only rotate on one axis. I had my Buick for almost 3 years now, and I haven't done anything to it except changing the tires, brakes, and oil. This car has never let me down! I'd recommend it to anyone.

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