1989 Buick Century Custom 3.3L V6 from North America
A true BEAST!
The steering column was broke loss when I bought the car. a few hours and it was fix.
The air conditioning clutch broke at 215,000 miles. Cost $283 dollars to fix.
I am sixteen and this was my first car. I love the way the car handles and the power from the 3.3 L V6.
This car isn't the quickest off the line butt it sure hauls going down the highway.
I have recently purchased a 1974 El Camino and I would have to say that the Buick Century has many more advantages when it comes to cost of driving and reliability.
I originally go the car for free because some guy didn't want to fix the steering column that he broke loose because he never replaced the bad power steering pump. Since then the car has not given me any problems except for the ones it came with.
I really enjoy driving my Buick Century to Las Vegas to visit my dad. The car handles high speeds and extreme weather conditions very well.
I have taken the car up to speeds near 120 miles per hour at times although I normally drive about eighty so I don't get ant tickets.
Overall this car is awesome and I would recommend it to anybody.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 23rd March, 2004