1992 Buick Roadmaster Limited Sedan 350 V8 LT-1 from North America
I couldn't sell it for what it's worth to me
Replaced brakes when purchased.
Transmission failed. Replaced.
Alternator. Replaced twice.
Muffler & Exhaust System. Replaced.
Side Trim falling off. Glued back once, needs it again.
Buick logo fell of wire wheel cover.
Tape Player sounds on only the front left speaker. I just use the radio.
This car is fast getting on the freeway and can almost drive itself down the open road.
Gets way better mileage (25/28 MPG) than anybody would ever guess! Just floats effortlessly at 85/90MPH on open road.
Although I've put plenty of money into it for Maintenance, I don't care, this car will be mine until it dies, even if I win the Lottery tomorrow!
When putting things in my car I don't have to lift them like I would with an SUV. It's probably safer and way cheaper to insure than most SUVs.
I'm a 40 Yr old bachelor and many women laugh at my "boat" until they drive it or go on a road trip, then they see why I keep this car.
This car is a fantastic value for a young family that does not want to spend a fortune being safe on the road.
I hardly care what might smash into me, I'm in the Roadmaster!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 13th May, 2003
25th Mar 2016, 22:45
Hi, I just got a 92 Roadmaster Limited... Now do all the Limiteds have the LT1?
26th Mar 2016, 13:44
The LT1 was only in the 1994-96 Roadmaster.
27th Mar 2016, 14:11
The 5.7L which the reviewer (incorrectly) describes as an LT1 is actually the older LO5 small block V8 used in the Roadmaster from 1992-93.
27th Mar 2016, 16:27
And it doesn't use the troublesome Optispark.