I just bought this remarkable automobile, a Buick Riviera that has 3.8L supercharger.
I bought it from a car auction. I fell in love with that car right away. I didn't look at the odometer; my wife was mad at me, as it has 242,444 miles.
I tell you it rides smooth. The only thing it needs is a head gasket, and the supercharger makes a noise, but a friend of mine got a Pontiac Grand Prix with same engine platform, and he told me that's normal; after while the supercharger makes sounds. I checked the supercharger oil and it's OK.
I used to own a Ford Mustang V6; everything went wrong it.
I had never owned a GM Chevy car, but I know now Chevy GM is better than a Ford. Ford are money pit; I'll never own a ford again.
I can't believe the car experts say bad things about the 95 Buick Riviera. When I check the reviews for the Riviera, the Riviera is a top of the line car, not to mention the interior is classic, looks roomy, and the powerful 3.8L engine.
What killed the Riviera was the price. I can't believe Buick quit making the 95 model Riviera, as it's such a nice car for its time.
I'm the look out for a 99 Riviera; the last Riviera ever built. Series 2 is super. Respectable Buick history behind it.
Unbelievable Buick creation. More than 10 years since the 95 debuted in production, the Buick Riviera is a head of its time.
The Riviera is a nice car. It was aiming at the Mercedes CLK, the Cadillac STS, and the Acura and Lexus 300SC. Buick held it strong in competing with adversaries.
What a car mine is. 13 years old and I still get compliments on it.