Absolutely nothing has so far gone wrong with the car. Had the car for 8 months, put about 16,000 on it, and other than general maintenance, oil changes, cleaning the brakes, a fuel filter, a brake light bulb, and I had a wheel balance done. It has been a great car. It does leak a little oil from the intake manifold area. Other than that, great car. Would recommend the 95' LeSabre to anyone.
It's a rich mans Chevrolet, and a poor mans Cadillac.
For it being a 1995, I feel it was a technologically advanced car. Simple OBD 1, Series 1 3800 Liter engine. A change oil soon oil monitoring system. Passenger side climate control system. Dynaride suspension; the car rides like a dream.
Dash and interior are nice, and arranged well for driver comfort. Fake chrome trim, and wood grain dash are great accents for the car.
Seats are comfortable, made for a delicate 80 year old's butt.
3.8 has enough power to drive normally.
Exceptional fuel mileage, I've seen that thing get almost 29 MPG. Great for a 1995, a larger, heavier car.
3 way stereo system makes for great sound separation and upgrading.
Not a lick of rust on it. This older LeSabre looks and has more useful, practical features on it than a new or newer Buick.
I don't see what people see in Mercedes Benzs, BMWs and Lexus, and Infinitis. America has all the luxury people need.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th August, 2009