Smooth, Attractive, and Reliable. When Buick knew how to make a car
Heater leaked fluid into the car and needed to be rebuilt.
The car chronically overheated and had to have the radiator rebuilt.
This car is ultra smooth. The shiftless Dynaflow transmission and ultra compliant coil springs on all corners makes for a serene and comfortable cruise.
The large engine's output is somewhat hampered by the transmission, but it still gets moving.
The brakes are surprisingly strong, especially for the era.
The interior has held up very well to 43 years of use--no rips and minimal fading.
The non-power steering takes almost 6 complete turns to go from lock to lock, so racecourse driving and quick emergency maneuvers are precluded.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 27th April, 2004