1995 Buick Roadmaster User Reviews

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    1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr STD Sedan Review
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    It's A Fun Car To Own And Drive. — I purchased my Roadmaster in August 2010 with 82k original miles and nearly flawless interior/exterior. I've done a tune up, replaced fuel pump and sending unit. It's a fast, fun and comfortable car to drive. The LT1 scoots and so far I've averaged 18mpg. I look forward to my next long road trip!

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Buy it for power, comfort, safety and styling...

    Cons: The rear doors could've been made with a larger opening..

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    1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr STD Sedan Review
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    A Beauty Above All — Has the Corvette 1995 LT1 Engine so u already can imagen acceleration for this big boat sedan is crazy good, could use beefier braking for those fast speed situations, handles ok for a sedan of this size just be afraid if an sway bar link brakes then ur really on a boat. been good up to about 195,000 miles then of coarse things gonna be braking, Always and forever love this car fun but can still take the family on a road trip, but beware best have bundles of cash to fuel this beast can't have all positives without a negative or two u know. all in all best car need more made like it in 2010 and so on.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Amusement park like fun

    Cons: Too Big for some, lol

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    1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr STD Sedan Review
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    Awesome To Drive If You Ve Got A Pocket Too Large For Gas — Its a decade old buick..... n its the classic american car.... has a bit of everything... but personally performance have been compromised for the luxury.... its a great drive though!!!!! oh n yeah you ll never find a place to park it in this day n age.... that is increasingly becoming a problem for me!!!!!

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: the drivin comfort

    Cons: mileage

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    1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr Limited Sedan Review
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    Best That Gm Had To Offer In 1995- Balance Of Performance And Comfort — I have had this car for over a year. I bought the car with only 41K on the odometer! Fortunately the car has some nice options: Hard top (no Vinyl)Trans cooler,dealer sunroof (still works) and G80 postraction. Interms of performance: The LT1 and postraction combo make for some accelation. Climate control is great-much better than the chill or roast options you find on standard caprice heater controls. power steering and suspension have a lot of potential. (i'll discuss later) The power sets and rear seat are nicely designed and give a comfort and space reminiscent of the old late '60s rivera's or le sabres. I even like the otherwise tacky LIMITED sidelights. They look distinct now. Here are some flaws: the stock suspension seems designed for elderly fragile drivers- as well the disc drum brake combo is effective but forces one to drive with restraint. As well, I had the touring suspension which seems utterly worthless except on flat highway driving in straight lines. The quick fix- disconnect the air compressor, replace with cargo coil springs and gas charged heavy duty shocks up front and 9C1 coils up front with same shocks. in other words spend a few hundred bucks and the buick drives like a stock impala SS! By the way keep the 15 inch wheels and buy some 235 70 15's with T or V rating and you are golden! You will have all the handling you will need plus some durability for potholes etc.This simple combo helps at high speed.

    Owner for 2 years, 0 months

    Miles Driven per Year:10,000

    Pros: Gets 25mpg on highway and runs way better than any other similar sedan (ford,Lincoln,Etc.) of the period.

    Cons: the trunk will leak, original suspension sucks, and it is vulnerable to dings and scratches in most parking lots-oh the door pull straps are pretty weak too. Minor points.

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    1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr Limited Sedan Review
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    This Was My Dad's Car. He Loved It And Wanted Me To Keep It. — This car has great sentimental value to me. This was my Dad's car. He left it to me, and wanted me to keep it with the same specialized plate on it. I always like the car. It is big, but really moves for a car that size. It used to do the 1/4 mile in 15 sec, which is what the Mustang GT 5.0 would do of the same year stock. I guess that was the main reason why I liked the car.

    Pros: It has sentimental value. Fast for size, good hwy milage, smooth ride, big

    Cons: Big, Dad had a couple of dents (accidents) with it while he was taking Chemo and should not have been driving (but we could not keep him from driving)

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    1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr Estate Wagon Review
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    The Wagon — All b-bodies (caprice, roadmaster, and impala) from 1994 on up had the LT1 corvette V8 in it, this car accelerates like crazy but it doesn't handle real well stock unless you mod the suspension and put larger wheels on it.

    Pros: Looks great, solid build, strong acceleration

    Cons: doesn't handle all too good at higher speeds

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    1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr Limited Sedan Review
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    Great Car For Anyone Who Loves Big Luxury Cars. — This car is big, luxurious, and safe. It is the kind of car that some people dreamed of owning. It has always been very reliable. It sat in the garage during the week, used only on the weekend. It is too big for my own personal use.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Very comfortable, nice ride.

    Cons: Hard to see out the back window when backing.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    1996 Buick Roadmaster Reviews

    Last Great Buick? By JRD425

    I bought the Roadmaster to replace my 70's big Buicks that I drove daily. I did lots of research and found these last year rear wheel drive cars to be free of any major recalls and coveted by many own... Read More

    Big Powerful Luxury Sedan By Harry

    This was my fathers car and after he passed away my mothers but then i started driving it mostly. This car was a huge boat with plenty of power thanks to the corvette 5.7 lt1 v8 under the hood. Fully ... 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

    1993 Buick Roadmaster Reviews

    An Excellent Full-size Car, Wish They Would Put Back Into Production. By Will

    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 ... Read More

    Great "road" Car! By Rick

    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 belon... 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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