1995 Buick Roadmaster Wagon 5.7 Litre - LT1 350 from North America
A luxury RWD cruiser that never fails to please
This is a great car. GM, after improving the design from 1991 on, got it right by 1995.
I found this 2 owner example in Nevada with just 58,000 miles on the clock. I put on new shocks, which were worn out after 14 yrs. It just got a new water pump, belts, spark plugs and wires, hoses, starter, Innovative products wiring harness and a Raiss air filter unit. Not that the parts were worn out, but I figure do it all at once and never worry.. This car gets lots of comments from everyone who rides in it, Smooth as a Jag (5000 lbs of steel) with lots of power, the LT1 will pass anything you need it to.. good mileage on the highway.
For $7000 this is a bargain.. why people want to drive around in a KIA or Toyota Echo when a car as good as this will take you in safety down the freeway, I don't know.
Leather seats are super comfortable. Stereo has great sound..
I plan to drive this for the next 10 years or longer.. If you can find a low mile example like mine, grab it, you won't be sorry.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 21st December, 2009
I would love to find a wagon like yours, but I don't like the LT-1 or leather. If I could find a 91 to 93 model with the normal V8 and velour seating, now that would be A-OK.
The LT1 is a great engine that will last 200K+ miles if you take care of it. I have no idea why anyone would not want one of these motors.
I have a 95 RM Sedan and it is a great car. I prefer leather seats to cloth, and leather sure beats vinyl as leather does not feel as cold in winter or hot in summer.