1991 Buick Regal 3800 3.8 V6 tuned port injected from North America
It could be better, but it is very comfy to ride in
I bought my car, and I found out it had a problem with the power steering pump.
Then it also had the hole problem with the radio antenna, where the motor works, but it does not go up or down, like someone came and bobbed their hand on it.
My A/C compressor went out also, so I had to take the belt off, and get a new one and re-route it.
There was also a time that my coolant reservoir came off the bracket, and got a nice hole in it by the pollys.
Other than that, I'm the only one that has been driving it, and I'd say it is probably more reliable than my 1991 Camry was.
This car is good for going to work and driving around town.
I can say Buicks ride nice; to me it's the same ride you can get in a Cadillac.
So far it handles nice and the seats are comfortable.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 31st May, 2010
30th Mar 2009, 17:43
That mileage is pretty impressive. I think there are an unusual amount of older Buicks on the road. It is not uncommon to see a LeSabre or Century from the mid-late 80's used as a daily driver here in the Mid-West. Sometimes I even see older ones. Of course you see other makes from this era too, but I seem to notice more older Buicks than anything else. Maybe it is because they tend to be owned by elderly folks who put very few miles on them and keep them for years. Then they have a lot of life left when they are finally traded. But the same could be said of full-size Ford and other GM products from the same era, but you just don't see nearly as many of them.