3rd Mar 2008, 12:23
Funny. I drive a car with over 100K miles, and have had NO mechanical or electrical issues. It sounds and drives like the day I drove it off the lot. That is what I expect.
By the way, the car is a Honda.
15th Feb 2009, 15:24
Sorry to burst your bubble. I had a Mercury Grand Marquis that used cables for the power windows, so not that uncommon. To the Honda guy. Glad you have a good ride. My Buick is one of the best cars I have owned. I would have to guess you have at least changed the oil, tires, etc. If not I would like to know where you actually drive.
8th Nov 2010, 13:03
I have a Buick LeSabre with 100,000 miles on it, practically no problems except basic maintenance. Have driven the car cross country 5 times. Wonderful gas mileage.
21st Jan 2011, 23:56
I bought my 02 LeSabre as a salvage title recently... I have put five thousand miles on it so far to bring it up to 73,000 miles.
I really love the car, it rides great as everyone is saying, the 3.8 runs like a little Chevy small block.
I have recently replaced the passenger side hub assembly, and now need to do a lower control arm on the same side... I figure these repairs are due to the accident the car was in, not because it was poorly manufactured.
When I bought the car, the driver's side passenger window was non operational... it was a window regulator, I got the part at a local salvage yard for twenty dollars, and had it installed for thirty more dollars.
Also I think there was a problem with the bearings used in the blower motor assembly, as I've read a lot of reviews speaking of the same problems, and now my fan is whining louder than my radio will turn up.
Side note... a buddy of mine has a Honda Civic with four hundred thousand miles on it... he has changed the oil four times, and never checked the coolant levels or trans fluid, and the motor runs like a Singer sewing machine.