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Buick Century OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.8
118 Reviews
5 star
31%
4 star
32%
3 star
28%
2 star
8%
1 star
1%
Overall
3.8
Value
3.9
Style
3.1
Performance
3.5
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.4
Reliability
3.7
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KB
KB
Grand Rapids, Michigan
4.0
Great Solid Car
My 2003 Buick Century has been one of the best, solid, sound cars I have owned. It has required little maintenance other than the standard brake pad replacements and oil changes. The car is a bit on the larger size for this day and age, however this gives a feeling of safety and confidence when driving it in a city environment like I do. The front and back seats are "roomy" and provide plenty of room for long road trips or kids that need space from their siblings. Similarly, the trunk has ample space for any need, whether it be traveling or going to the grocery store. Though a lot of cars of this generation will rust out, this car has withstood its time and has virtually no rust. Though it is true that it depends on how one takes care of a car as to how long and well it will last, this car seems to have come from the factory with "strong bones".
Darren
Darren
West Chester, Pennsylvania
2.0
Always feels "off."
The Buick, while it has never broken down on me, always feels "off." What I mean by this specifically is that the car rumbles when the ignition is started. Various creaks and noises seem to come from the engine when driving or while parked, and you can feel the car "moving" too much while you drive. The build quality, while appearing stable, therefore seems suspect to me. The internal materials are nice in the Buick, and I especially like the middle compartment which is movable and has a lot of space for knick-knacks. The fuel economy is not great—it seems like I generally get about 300 miles for a full tank but sometimes less. The performance is generally reliable, although I do notice that the engine struggles when going up hills quite a bit and that sometimes I really need to "floor" the gas to get up to high speeds on the highway. The style of the car is decent, as the car is roomy and has a nice appearance, but is a little bit too large for my taste and feels a bit clunky to me. The Buick has a lot of trunk space, which is nice. One thing about the Buick is that the rear window broke for no apparent reason. It went off its track and the power button stopped working. I ended up having to lock it in place rather than endure a costly repair.
Jeremy
Jeremy
Jackson, Michigan
5.0
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Great on gas and very affordable maintenance costs. Smooth riding and one of the best cars I have owned.