The 1995 Buick Riviera is the safest, most comfortable, powerful and stylish car around
The Fuel Pump went bad at 120,000 miles.
The 1995 Buick Riviera is by far the nicest vehicle I've driven. I prefer its looks, power and ride to all of my peers' import luxury sedans.
I bought the car because of its beautiful styling, but its smooth ride and responsive handling make it a pleasure to drive. Its power and handling is impressive for such a large car.
I was in a very serious accident with the car, and fortunately I walked away. The Buick was moderately damaged, but drivable. The car that struck me was crushed, and the driver was not nearly as lucky as I was. The car makes me feel safe because of its large size, power and agility.
I suffered two herniated discs as a result of this accident, and the Buick is the only vehicle that I can comfortably ride in for extended periods of time.
I'm also a high mileage driver, and at 161,500, the car has been relatively trouble free. It is unfortunate that Buick no longer manufactures the Riviera, because I would definitely buy a new one.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 30th June, 2003