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1993 Buick Roadmaster Limited Sedan RWDReview
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An Excellent Full-size Car, Wish They Would Put Back Into Production. —

Performance: The engine is powerful, and responsive, even after 225,000 + miles on it. The ABS Braking system is also very good, and will stop you very quickly. It is not the best around corners, but it is a luxury car, not a Fomula 1 car, the ride is very smooth, you barely feel anything in the way of bumps, potholes, or any imperfections in the road. Build Quality: I think the build quality is amazing, after 225,000 + miles everything still fits tight, there are no big panel gaps, inside or out. All the power options still work. Appearance: One of the best looking cars I have ever seen...enough said. Cost of ownership: about 23 mpg/avg for the LO5 V8 in my car, there is an LT1 engine option for '94 - '96 Roadmasters, I cannot say what the gas mileage is on that, I would imagine it is about the same. This is a very reliable car. Again, 225,000 + miles and no major repairs ever done to it, however about 19 years of being exposed to the elements means it is in need of some light restoration work, which I am working to complete. Fun Factor: No, this car is not fun, it isn't meant to be fun, it is meant for amazing road trips, in extreme comfort. I suppose you could say its fun, if you count the fun you may have going on road trips (Somthing I have not done yet).

Pros: Appearance, Performance, Reliability, Ride comfort, The lengthy options list.

Cons: Hard to get restoration parts for.

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1993 Buick Roadmaster Limited Sedan RWDReview
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Great "road" Car! — Great cruising car! Handling is kinda sluggish, but the 5.7L V-8 really gets up and goes! Seats are very plush and comfortable. Feels like you're sitting in your living room! The car used to belong to my grandmother. It has spent lots of time with her on her shopping extravaganzas as she filled the trunk with shopping bags. Mind you, the trunk fit all her bags with lots of room to spare!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Plush comfortable seats!

Cons: Steering is kinda sluggish...

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1993 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon RWD Review
Rick says:
Fantastic car, that did everything I ever asked. Dumbest thing I ever did was sell this work of art. Was a pleasure to drive.
vs1985 Volkswagen Vanagon GL Passenger Van
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1996 Buick Roadmaster Reviews

Review By Christopher

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1995 Buick Roadmaster Reviews

Review By Don

Very nice car, but I thought it was priced too high. Read More

Review By eric

SComfort, ride and a LOT of power. If car and motor are properly maintained this car and motor will last over 300,000 miles. The transmission tends to have a short life though. And there were 3 wa... Read More

1994 Buick Roadmaster Reviews

Elegant Stylish. By ICRUZ69

Bought the car 2 nd hand and did not like the Blue on Blue, or the fact that for a large car the drivers seat did not move back far enough, or have heated seats. as a 3 family car I would keep it, but... Read More

Never Thought I'd Be Driving One, Now I'd Like To Find Another By Walt

Like driving in your living room....big and comfy, LT1 power, 17" Kuhmo's, K & N, Magnaflows, drillled rotors, Phase Linear am/fm/cass/cd/mp3/XM, Bonneville 12 way seats. Seats 7, tows well, and can f... Read More

1992 Buick Roadmaster Reviews

This Boat Is Smooth By April

We have had our car longer than we have been married....possibly 8-9 years now!!!! <3! It is our first baby so we try our best to take care of her. We love her on the road! "The Boat" Read More

Eye Catcher By migration_mpdakilla

it's doesn't have the lt1 motor in it not really much i can say about disliking this vehicle drove it regally for 10 years no major repairs original motor and trans was rebuilt 60,000 miles ago. i can... Read More

1991 Buick Roadmaster Reviews

Cadilac With A Buick Badge By Lorne

excellent cruiser, what a lazy boy on wheels...like sitting on your couch going fast Read More

5,000 Lbs Of Pure Driving....what's The Opposite Of Excitment? By Scott

Not much to talk about since the car is part-way through a complete overhaul that involves replacement of the entire drivetrain, suspension, brakes, and interior. Read More

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