2001 Buick Century
104,191 Miles
$7,999

Crossville, TN
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2005 Buick Century
73,234 Miles
$4,992

Clive, IA
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2002 Buick Century
65,793 Miles
$7,990

Indianapolis, IN
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1994 Buick Century
52,393 Miles
$5,990

Sarasota, FL
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1997 Buick Century
77,500 Miles
$2,987

Weiser, ID
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2002 Buick Century
80,442 Miles
$4,500

Mc Minnville, OR
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1996 Buick Century
115,693 Miles
$2,998

Morrison, IL
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2003 Buick Century
104,003 Miles
$3,999

Eden Prairie, MN
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2005 Buick Century
68,194 Miles
$7,650

Akron, OH
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1998 Buick Century
152,948 Miles
$5,999

Waukesha, WI
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2001 Buick Century
204,905 Miles
$1,700

Layton, UT
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2005 Buick Century
89,038 Miles
$4,500

Canton, OH
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2002 Buick Century
56,558 Miles
$3,897

Palm Beach Gardens, FL
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2002 Buick Century
$4,999

Salem, OR
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2003 Buick Century
153,959 Miles
$4,991

Madison, WI
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1997 Buick Century
80,794 Miles
$5,495

Hillsdale, MI
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1998 Buick Century
69,362 Miles
$2,825

Nanuet, NY
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2003 Buick Century
112,430 Miles
$4,505

Tucson, AZ
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Buick Century Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.2
Performance
3.7
Style
3.2
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.5
Maintenance
3.9

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Buick Century Owner Ratings & Reviews

1997 Buick Century - Great traveling car

Canton, Mississippi
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I was in desperate need for a car and, luckily, my sister had one to sell me. She charged us $600 for it, but we only had to pay $200 since it was all we had at the time and the rest later. That's a great price for a car with barely any problems, I'm lucky I bought it from family. And the car really surprised us. It made it all the way to California from Virginia no problems.
Story
Traveling across the country and seeing all the sites along the way. San Francisco was our favorite place we visited. It represented all of our progress of crossing the country put together. The Haight-Ashbury District and Golden Gate park were my favorite.
Pros
This car drives very smoothly, almost like it's a boat. We have had to sleep in it before and there's enough room in the front and back for 2 people to sleep. The backseat pulls down to make even more room for sleeping in the back by opening up into the trunk for a place to put your feet. It gets good gas mileage, 30 miles to the gallon. The gas gauge warns you when you're 20 miles away from empty. The cruise control is one of my favorite features for long drives.
Cons
The windows are broken and won't go up, which is easy to fix. All we needed was plastic wrap and duct tape and no weather or wind gets in. The front bumper is missing, not a big deal as long as you don't have an accident. The CD player doesn't work and if you try to put a CD in, it gets stuck. One of the speakers is busted. It's not a particularly attractive vehicle due to the paint pealing, but cosmetic issues don't matter to us. These are the only problems and they're minor, easy fixes.

1990 Buick Century - Decent, well-worn vehicle

Delta, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
I received this car as a hand-me-down from my father when he retired from working as a mail man. He drove it for somewhere between five to seven years, and I have driven it for about three. It was purchased used, directly from the previous owner, and still runs fairly well today. It has a leak somewhere in the engine, resulting in the need to have oil put in fairly regularly. It has, to my knowledge, never been involved in any serious accidents. It handles very well, with little to no tendency to drift in either direction. It brakes easily, and accelerates very quickly. It has a built-in ashtray and cigarette lighter. The lighter is still in working condition, although it does sometimes require a bit of fidgeting to make a good connection. The ashtray is easily removable for emptying a... (more)
Story
I learned to drive using this vehicle. My father would take me out to practice driving on country roads, and when we were practicing night driving and no one was around, he let me do donuts in the high school parking lot. I've also driven it to multiple weekend-long events, both in and out of state.
Pros
The car still runs very well considering its age. It gets decent gas mileage, and before developing the oil leak, a quart of oil would last for quite some time. It handles well, and is not overly heavy or light on the road.
Cons
The brakes are occasionally a bit touchy, and the left turn signal hasn't worked properly for almost, if not longer, than it's been in my family.

2000 Buick Century - Dependable car, strong engine

Bettendorf, Iowa
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
5.0
I'm 6'4", and I need a car with a lot of legroom. The 2000 Century is one of the last cars that has the gear shift on the steering column, meaning there's no middle plate to confine the right leg. It also has over 45" of legroom, easily the most in a non-premium car of that era. The car performs well, with good acceleration and a smooth ride.
Story
A cat jumped onto the car while it was stopped at a non-busy residential intersection. Rubbed its nose and face on the windshield, and laid down. And closed its eyes. I enabled the windshield washer (and wipers), and it took off quickly.
Pros
The main plus for me is the legroom, as described above. The engine is strong and is easily good for 250,000 to 300,000 miles. The ride is very smooth and quiet, even at an advanced age. There are both driver and passenger air bags. The radio/cassette stereo system gives rich, full sound. The drive train and suspension are still usable after 150,000 miles. Repairs are minimal on this vehicle and are less than average for all vehicles. The Century will give the drive the advantage in a collision vs. Almost any other auto (but not vs. SUVs or pickups).
Cons
Due to the big engine, the gas mileage is sub-par: around 18 mpg in the city and about 27 on the highway. Air conditioning subtracts about 3mpg. The computer system is subject to false-positives, e.g. The "Service Engine" light will come on when nothing is wrong. The Catalytic Converter is known to go out after about 100,000 miles and can be expensive. The Antilock Brake System (ABS) is also known to malfunction, although it does alert (via warning lights) when it's in this state.