1999 Buick Century
228,679 Miles
$1,295

Marlette, MI
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1999 Buick Century
175,000 Miles
$1,900

Plainfield, IN
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2002 Buick Century
232,349 Miles
$1,600

Plainfield, IN
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2005 Buick Century
143,266 Miles
$3,990

Hermantown, MN
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2003 Buick Century
113,629 Miles
$4,995

Belleville, IL
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2005 Buick Century
45,343 Miles
$3,888

Melbourne, FL
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2001 Buick Century
83,156 Miles
$4,488

Daytona Beach, FL
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2002 Buick Century
179,673 Miles
$2,499

Waite Park, MN
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2003 Buick Century
130,000 Miles
$6,099

Morristown, TN
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1999 Buick Century
121,615 Miles
$2,995

Mount Carroll, IL
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2005 Buick Century
138,555 Miles
$2,999

Bonita Springs, FL
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2002 Buick Century
137,785 Miles
$3,473

Bay City, MI
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2000 Buick Century
100,887 Miles
$3,900

Washington, PA
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2003 Buick Century
122,230 Miles
$4,950

Plymouth, WI
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Buick Century Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.1
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

1994 Buick Century - Great looking and comfortable ride all in one.

Mansfield, Ohio
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
Usually it is difficult finding a great looking car that has style and sports a smooth ride while maintaining a low miles per gallon fuel rating. Usually when you come across all of this in one package, it will cost a large amount of money but not the Buick Century. This car rides extremely smooth with a very good quality suspension with barely any engine noise. It almost makes you feel as if you are riding on a cloud thanks to the comfortable seating, and talk about power, the car is no slouch when it comes to gaining speed out on the highway and maintaining it. Of course it isn't no quarter million dollar sports car, but who seriously needs that kind of power when looking for both style and function?
Story
I have to mention a trip I took with my girlfriend which helps also prove my point on how comfortable the back seat is. We were driving three hours down the highway in Ohio this past summer, and my girlfriend wanted to lay down on the back seat while I drove since she just got off of work. Since we were going to see her grandparents though, we had to leave right away. She quickly fell asleep a... (more)
Pros
There are several pros that could easily be mentioned about this vehicle making it a better choice that others in it's class. The very comfortable seats that you could sleep on if taking a long trip comes to mind first. The back seat especially feels like a soft mattress with plenty of room to curl up and not feel cramped. Even when taking turns driving and sleeping, it is easy to nap as the comfort and quietness of the car makes you forget that you are out on the road. And the low fuel consumption even sweetens the deal for the long trip for you and your possible partner.
Cons
Nothing comes without cons though, and the Buick Century is no exception. The biggest complaint, and likely the only one, comes in the form of it's entertainment. If you have a little extra, you are probably going to want to spend it on a nice CD player with an auxiliary MP3 port. Throw in a few new speakers and you will have a rocking sound system. Then again, it isn't absolutely necessary as it depends how much you listen to that kind of stuff when driving as it can be a little distracting.

1998 Buick Century - Affordable and Reliable Sedan.

Kissimmee, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
5.0
I was actively searching for a vehicle around the winter time because I knew first hand how much of a pain it can be to drive your little Honda Ruckus scooter to and from work. I wasn't exactly in any position to make car payments, but I also did not want to buy any "good deal" that I were to find on Craigslist. Fortunately for me, I saw an ad for a Buick Century 98, all white paint, very low mileage. The seller was a very kind older gentleman and he gave it to me for a mere $1,600. I could not believe how little I felt while driving the car. It had the luxury and build of a modern day car. It doesn't hurt that its a big-body style Sedan, so I always feel like I am safe in my car. I also loved the trunk space, and how easy it's been to maintain it. I wouldn't have ever thought this car... (more)
Story
I remember taking this bad boy from New Jersey all the way down to Florida when I moved with my girlfriend. While the 20 hour journey was not the most enjoyable experience ever, I did have some good laughs and never felt as if my car were going to leave me stranded miles from my destination.
Pros
-Big Body Trim/Frame -Easy and Affordable Maintenance -Few known issues -Moderate on gas consumption -Spacious interior for tall people and big families -Very smooth road handling -Power Windows -Very competent Heater/AC
Cons
-Power Windows may go bad after some years -Stock Radio is known to stop working -Check Engine Light Gas Panel issue

1999 Buick Century - Its my first car and has been trustworthy so far, its not a gad hog either so that's always nice.

Hicksville, Ohio
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
My Buick Century 1999 is my first car. It has been reliable and I have not had many problems with it so far. For almost 150,000 miles it has lasted well. I loved the color, tan, and the interior is nice. It is an older model but does not feel like it. The radio is great and I love the temp settings as well. I paid 1500 for it out of pocket, which was a very good deal. My uncle helped by finding me the seller at his work place.
Story
The fact that it was my own car, I remember the day I went and got it. The first day I got to drive it, owning a car of my own is a fun experience just in itself.
Pros
The top positive things about my car was mainly the gas intake. I can fill it up in 35 dollars and it takes me far. I love that it is not a gas hog for how much gas prices fluctuate. I also love the heater and air conditioning in the car. The way you can adjust how much heat or air is blowing out is nice for any season, and it warms up or cools down fast depending on what is needed at the time. The radio is also nice because its surround sound and you can put it in the back or front, and left or right sides of the car for convenience.
Cons
The car did come with a couple cons but not many. The tires did need changed very early on because they were older. The window in the left back seat does not work as well but that is commendable. I do not like how you have to actually pull the seat front or back but can not bring it up or down like you can in newer cars. The cigarette lighter also was full of ashes and does not work anymore. I do not smoke but it was nice to charge my cell phone in, which I can not do anymore.