Used 1995 Buick Roadmaster Sedan Consumer Reviews
The 94-96 roadmasters feature a highly Tweakable Corvette engine also know as the "LT1" at stock it is 260hp but with little effort and a few hundred dollars it can easily be 300. it rides like a dream and has the power of a corvette, a big trunk means some room for some subwoofers if u would like, all i can say is HAVE FUN! go testdrive a roadmaster!!
I am still driving this vehicle after 10 years of almost problem free operation. The only chronic problem I have ever had is with the dealer installed alarm system. It is now disconnected!
Excellent car. Tires lasted 80,000 miles. Replaced only the front brakes after 85,000 miles. Only part replaced on car was the fuel pump after 85,000 miles. Still runs great after 110,000 miles. Never tuned up. Only expense has been for gas and oil.
Purchased used, base model and decent shape for a 20 year old car. Huge trunk, plenty of room inside and the lovely LT1 V8. The car accelerates well and stops quickly, surprising for a 2-ton sedan. Parts and maintenance are no problem, but don't bother with a GM dealership. They don't know anything about proper Buicks anymore and they give you excuses not to work on it. This car and the Chevy Caprice are sisters, so there's lots of support out there. For modders, this is the perfect sleeper: the 9C1 police kit will fit this car. My car is stock Buick and a LOT of people underestimate the performance! The only thing is, of course, fuel economy. The LT1 is a thirsty beast, but worth it.
Outstanding performance and gas milage! Ride is very smooth, although handling is a little soft. LT1 V8 rocks, stero is excellent (even better with aftermarket radio). Tons of performance for the money