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Buick LeSabre OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.9
122 Reviews
5 star
35%
4 star
32%
3 star
21%
2 star
7%
1 star
4%
Overall
3.9
Value
4.0
Style
3.6
Performance
3.7
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.2
Reliability
3.8
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Ann
Ann
Louisville, Kentucky
3.0
Still going
The car is a beast. It kills me in gas, but it won't die. I just crossed 200 thousand miles and all I've done are oil changes. This car is going strong and won't stop.
K.M.
K.M.
Independence, Kansas
5.0
We love our Buick Le Sabre
My husband and I bought a 2005 Buick Le Sabre car a couple of years ago. It had a little over 50,000 miles on it when we purchased it. This car has been an excellent vehicle. We have never had any kind of problem with it. It is the limited model so it has features like leather seats, heated seats, power seats, etc. It has OnStar already installed and it works well. We were able to get a three month free trial of OnStar and we enjoyed the benefits of that. We recently took this car on a 5,600 mile vacation across country (in May of 2015) and we did not have a SINGLE problem with it. We drove through desert terrain during an unexpected downpour when we could barely see, through winding Yosemite highways while it was snowing, in the nerve racking city traffic of Sacramento traffic jams, through the redwoods and all the way to the Oregon border and never, not once did we have a single issue with this car in any way. It was smooth riding, handles curvy roads well and it is very roomy. We have two teenage children and we are all tall. My daughter is the shortest at 5ft7 my son is 6'0 tall and they both sat in the back seat and had ample leg room and were very comfortable for the entire trip. I feel confident enough in my Buick Le Sabre that I wouldn't be hesitant to drive it all the way to Alaska and back. I have no doubt that it would make the trip just fine. We get good gas mileage, too. We average around 30 mpg highway. Not as great as newer vehicles but great for a car that is ten years old! We not only drove this car on a 5,600 mile trip - we CAR CAMPED on this trip. The trunk is HUGE and we were able to fit a tent, four chairs, four sleeping bags, clothing, camp stove, food... Everything we needed to camp for our 3 week trip.
mc
mc
Lexington, Kentucky
5.0
I love my car.
I really like this car. Although it was an older car when I bought it, it had been well taken care of and kept in a garage most of the time. It had very few miles on it when I bought it. It has all kinds of bells and whistles on it. I love the way the seat adjusts to my preset specifications when I get in the car. I go to a lot of garage sales and the big trunk is very accommodating. The net in the trunk is very handy for securing items in the trunk. The trunk pass through allows me to transport lumber and door trim in the car from the local supply store. This car performs very well and has given me no problems so far. What I dislike about the car is that it is an older model and may not last as long as I would want it to.