1995 Buick Roadmaster
-door sedan and station wagon; 6 passenger capacity. Though theyre nearing the end of their useful shelf life, the twin versions of this... Read More
-door sedan and station wagon; 6 passenger capacity. Though theyre nearing the end of their useful shelf life, the twin versions of this rear-wheel drive, body on frame, V8-powered, large car still move in limited numbers, so Buick keeps tweaking them. This year, for example, theres a new upscale trim the Limited in the wagon configuration and various changes where needed. That means the Limited version gets new seats that Buick went to a lot of trouble to design, using a systematic program of test drives and sophisticated computers. While their comfort levels may still be subjective, the new seats are as cutting edge in design as its possible to be. Also changed are the sound systems, which are more user-friendly, and the outside mirrors, which fold away so are therefore more garage-friendly. Minimize
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2 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jun 27, 2005
1995 Buick Roadmaster is THE choice
Pros: Powerful engine and comfort at a modest price.
Cons: The tuneup is not cheap...typically about $450. Honest. However, it is well worth it.
Great car at a fantastic price...IF you can find one! Read More at Epinions.com