1994 Buick LeSabre 3.8
Of the 8 BRAND NEW cars that I have purchased in my lifetime, the 94 LeSabre is the best!
1). Lower intake manifold gasket failed (replaced for $200).
2). Crankshaft position sensor failed (replaced for $100).
3). A/C compressor failed (replaced with a bypass pulley for $40).
4). Rocker panel rusted out (replaced at a cost of $100).
I have purchased 8 BRAND NEW cars in my lifetime, and my 1994 Buick LeSabre, which I still own, is one of the very best!
Nothing major on this car has ever failed. The worst thing that ever happened to it was the lower intake manifold was failing and I had to tear the upper part of the engine apart to get at and replace this lower intake manifold gasket. Despite sounding like it was an expensive and difficult repair, I can tell you that I did all of the work myself in less than 3 hours and the entire cost was less than $200.
Yes, I do have a fair amount of knowledge when it comes to car repairs (nothing formal); however, even an individual with an average mechanical understanding could have done this repair.
I love my 1994 Buick LeSabre. ;-)
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 31st May, 2015