My experience with Buick Lesabre 1999 limited caused me to wake up and start looking into car defect websites. It first started when I was rear ended and the seats collapsed, sending the driver in a laying down position, not the best way to be for you or the people seating in the back, I was fortunate and unfortunate I held on tight to the wheel, the trauma to my neck, jaw and back, was severe pain up till now, the jack came flying out of the right wing along with broken glass, hiting my back, lucky because it could have been my face had I let the seat control me, the seat belt, got detached somehow, hitting me in the mouth. General motors calls this a safety feature. I call it pain.
The next incident was the intake manifold exploding lucky me it was not in the garage, the flames reached high levels, could have caused much disaster, had I not noticed my shoe sole stuck to the floor, I never thought the black smoke was a fire, even with all the melted plastic smell, as I hurried out with the phone to call emergency fire department I noticed how bad it was engulfed in fire,...a close call, I got away with a burnt left foot. how many people not so lucky and see the house, the house they own, and the memories, explode along with the Buick Lesabre 1999 limited addition.. bravo..no fault of general motors. Well it is a hard thing to get over.