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2005 Buick LeSabre Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 6 reviews
The Buick LeSabre holds several notable distinctions. As Buick's entry level full-size sedan (just a notch below the Park Avenue), the LeSabre is both the number one selling car in its class in America for the last 12 years, but also the longest-lasting and only surviving name from a Buick sedan lineup that was introduced back in 1959. After 47 years on America's highways, the LeSabre bids farewell at the end of 2005.
As such, there are minor changes to the 2005 Buick LeSabre, consisting mainly of OnStar now being standard on all three of the LeSabre trims -- Custom, Limited, and Celebration Edition. The Celebration Edition is a holdover from 2003, and adds on to the luxury-oriented Limited with a heads-up display, mirrors with turn signals, standard 16-inch wheels, two-tone leather, and StabiliTrak. All LeSabres come with self-leveling rear suspension, ABS brakes, dual front airbags, power features, power driver's seat, and cruise control. The Limited adds traction control, side impact bags, leather seats, memory settings, and dual-zone climate control. A 205-hp, 3.8 DOHC V6 and 4-speed automatic provides for a smooth, yet powerful ride in both city and highway.
There are lots of nice options, such as a sunroof, rain-sensing wipers, and heated seats and mirrors, that drive the 2005 LeSabre up into luxury sedan prices. Standard seats are bench, to accommodate up to six people, but front bucket seats can be substituted. Owners say they are sad to see the LeSabre go, as it has provided them with a steady dependability over the years, smooth comfort, and easy handling. Gas mileage is commendable for a full-size, and the trunk space (18 cubic feet) is ample for lots of luggage. There are few complaints about the 2005 LeSabre, and these are mostly to do with what it lacks: no fold-down rear seats and no seatback pockets.
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Buick LeSabre Questions
Why Does The Car Decide Not To Start?
Have an 05 Buick lesabre with a 3800 v6. It's had the radiator replaced just a few months ago as well as the upper hose. The car will occassionally start fine and drive fine but other times it won...
What Would Cause An Ignition Module To Keep Going Bad I've Gone Through 3 I...
My 2005 Buick Leasable Keeps Shorting Out Ignition Modules, What Would Caus...
Could The Speed Sensor Affect The Speedo To Miss Read And Sometimes Not Wor...
Driving and sometime the speedo reads 80 but going 30mph and then it does not work at all while driving.
How Do I Replace The Rear Turn Signal Bulb
I opened the trunk and pulled back the covering to expose the light and it looks like the light is sealed so how do i replace the turn signal light bulb