2004 Buick Century
117,019 Miles
$3,200

Huron, SD
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2004 Buick Century
82,964 Miles
$4,890

Shenandoah, PA
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2004 Buick Century
123,750 Miles
$2,962

Mt Carroll, IL
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2004 Buick Century
154,312 Miles
$4,490

Mt. Sterling, KY
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2004 Buick Century
174,323 Miles
$1,595

Tremont, IL
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2004 Buick Century
150,001 Miles
$4,999

Sylacauga, AL
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2004 Buick Century
146,710 Miles
$2,000

Heflin, AL
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2004 Buick Century
103,625 Miles
$3,471

Kent, OH
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2004 Buick Century
119,305 Miles
$2,500

Tampa, FL
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2004 Buick Century
90,804 Miles
$5,933

Elkton, MD
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2004 Buick Century
99,377 Miles
$3,987

Muskogee, OK
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2004 Buick Century
124,317 Miles
$2,750

Norfolk, NE
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2004 Buick Century
85,593 Miles
$4,495

Pine Island, MN
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2004 Buick Century
132,874 Miles
$3,391

Helena, MT
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2004 Buick Century
63,763 Miles
$5,000

Orange, VA
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2004 Buick Century
108,651 Miles
$3,799

Lubbock, TX
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2004 Buick Century
159,729 Miles
$2,750

Loves Park, IL
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2004 Buick Century
120,036 Miles
$3,995

Miles City, MT
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2004 Buick Century
106,078 Miles
$4,950

Radford, VA
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2004 Buick Century
37,652 Miles
$4,645

Egg Harbor Township, NJ
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2004 Buick Century Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.0
2 Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
2.5
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
2.5

2004 Buick Century Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2004 Buick Century - Gets from point A to point B

Sarah
North Terre Haute, Indiana
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
Being my second car, I would say it definitely got me through my early twenties pretty well. The car looked visual appealing at the start of its lifetime, but over the course of the years, you could tell how poorly manufactured the car truly was. Overall, the gas mileage was the best thing about the car I would say. It got from point A to point B with no trouble. Looking back at it, I would definitely choose Buick again as another car, but I definitely wouldn't choose the Century as my car of choice.
Story
The best memory I've had in this car was driving through three states within a day to get to an event that my friends and I desperately wanted to go to. It was last minute, but the car made it easily.
Pros
The Buick Century had many pros over the course of its lifetime. The first noticeable quality was its gas mileage. Back when the price of gas was cheaper in 2004, you could get by easily within a two-week span of time, working full-time of course. The car was very spacious and could easily have around six people traveling within it. In its early years, it was great for cruising down roads or general travel. The air conditioner was the best I've had personally. The engine as well is nothing but fantastic.
Cons
Shortly after buying the Buick Century, you could tell its manufacturing was faulty. The windows would grind within the door when rolling them down, which ending up in every window in the car to go out one by one. The window motors would die off one by one as well, which meant they used very cheap parts to get the job done for the car. The exterior of the car could not withstand the harsh weather conditions of America, apparently, as a ten-year-old car would slowly start to rust away, even with taking proper care of the outside of the car.

2004 Buick Century - Should have looked at reviews first

Angela
Shanor-Northvue, Pennsylvania
Overall
2.0
Value
1.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
It's a 2004 Buick Century. It cost $2,000. I don't know how many miles it has on it because the odometer has never worked. It was alright at first but then had overheating problems. Then the axle broke on it, and it cost $500 to have that repaired. Now it's down again with what I think is a broken water pump. Also, this winter made the rust com out. Oh, and the power steering stopped working.
Story
Driving with my friends listening to music. I'm a bit old for fun memories in a junky car.
Pros
Not many. It gets OK mileage. It's comfortable. It has a moon roof. All the power windows work. I guess I should be thankful for that. Lots of space. That's about it.
Cons
As I stated above, one of the axles broke, and it cost a lot to fix it. The power steering just stopped working one day. I'm not even trying to have that fixed. I don't have the money for that. I think the water pump just died, so it's in the shop right now getting repaired. The rust has come out real bad below the doors to the point where I don't know if it's going to pass inspection. Also, I think the auto mechanic had to do some welding to the frame while he was fixing the broken axle. I don't know how the frame could've gotten damaged but it did.

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