1995 Buick Century 3.1 liter from North America
Poorly built car, and will drain your bank account
Inner tie rod ends went bad prematurely.
Battery never lasts more than one year.
Replaced wheel cylinders twice.
Replaced the radiator.
Replaced the alternator five times.
Warps front rotors regardless of driving conditions.
Feels very shaky above 65 miles per hour.
Wobbles extremely bad, the front end has developed serious problems prematurely.
Numerous electrical problems.
Burns out bulbs very quickly.
This car has been nothing, but a money pit, If you are thinking of getting one...DON'T!!!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 28th September, 2003
The shaking at/above 65mph is the tires... I had the same problem in mine... after putting a brand new set of wheels all around. the problem is completely gone.
I have the same problem! My tires, in theory, based on what my dealer told me, are new! I do not understand the shaking problem. Mine was also a 1995 Buick Century. It is currently in the shop looking at over $3,000 in repairs for a transmission that blew without warning. It has been well maintained and has been a money pit in the four and a half months that I have owned it.
I don't know how you drive this car, but I also have a 1995 century and the only thing that has needed was a muffler and mid pipe. That car has over 100k and runs good, but has just started to develop an oil leak which is burning, but can be fixed cheaply. So the only thing I can think of is you beat the snot out of that car.
No, it's just more proof that American manufacturers, with a few exceptions, can't build cars with any consistent quality.
Virtually ALL the American car reviews on this site follow the same pattern. Some people swear they are the most reliable cars ever, but most complain about the endless problems they have.
Sorry, but my family got tired of befriending every mechanic in town so they stopped buying American and haven't looked back once.
The shaking of your Buick at around 60 - 70 MPH could possibly be caused by a bad torque converter. GM had a bad run of these. Try stepping on the brake when this happens to see if the shaking stops that moment. Could be it. Good luck.
We has had a 95 in our family for 10 years. One alternator, 2 batteries, tires, and new brakes and rotors. The passenger window is slow. Nice car and runs well.