I wish they still produced this car
Too many electric fuel pumps.
Ignition module and coil pack.
The 3800 engine is one of the finest motors ever produced, providing smooth power while getting great mileage.
Thanks to a split lower radiator hose, I once ran the car with almost no coolant, yet the engine survived, and, up until the time I gave the car to a friend, it used less than one half of a quart between oil changes (4,000 miles) - amazing, considering that the car has over 185,000 miles on the clock.
Ride is smooth, although aftermarket struts and springs firmed up the ride too much.
The car is plenty roomy, and it's quiet.
Most of all, this Buick couldn't have been easier to work on had I designed the car myself.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th August, 2003