1980 Buick LeSabre Limited 5.0L V8 from North America
A luxury car that is made to last
When I bought the car, it needed a new headliner and vinyl roof.
1 year after owning the car, the transmission started having trouble shifting into third gear.
3 years after owning the car, the interior lights quit working.
4 years after owning the car, the suspension started to wear out, causing the car to sag and rock for a while after big bumps or fast stops.
I will say this is the most comfortable car I have driven. I love the body style of older GM full size sedans, and this car is pure American quality at its finest.
The car does not have very good pickup when flooring it to enter the interstate or anything, but once you get the car going, it's a joy to be in.
I used this car for a daily driver up until last year, and now it is a project car to fully restore and use as a daily driver again someday.
The car is a full size 4 door sedan, which is great for my family. The car is a good looking off white color with a burgundy full vinyl top and a burgundy clothe pillow seat interior. The seats in this car are extremely comfortable, and it's a joy to ride in on long trips.
The spoked wire wheel covers really make this car look good when they are all shined up. I also like all of the chrome trim on this car; it really shows you how much quality and class used to be put into vehicles.
All in all, this will be a daily driver again someday once I fix her up back to her original factory brand new condition.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th September, 2010