Century, Le Sabre, Olds 98 you cant really go wrong with GM in middle and
full size, smaller than that Iand you look for trouble.Never buy on the
first year of production, per example I wouldn't buy a Malibu 2004, I got
burnt in 97...never again
Why mention the Century and LeSabre and NOT the Regal? The Regal is
bigger than the Century, has a bigger engine, can be had with better
options and I don't think the final cost comes in THAT much higher
than the Century...
Ooops !! Yes I forgot the Regal, on the other hand the Regal isn't a bigger
car, but yes have a bigger engine. The Regal is a very nice car too but the
price difference makes the Century a better choice in my book.
Regal can be optioned with the 3.8, that you seem to like. It has
plusher seats, from what I can tell. Can be had with a touring
suspension, 16" wheels and Goodyear Eagle LS tires. My parents have a
2000, it's a nice car, hasn't been in for much warranty work, I think
a broken glovebox door and a worn tie-rod end account for all of it,
besides replacing the tires which was not done free.
The Impala/Monte Carlo have lots of trunk and rear seat room. If you do
plan on carrying a lot of stuff/people get the 3.8L as the 3.4L is fine for
just my wife and me in the car, but add more people and you can start to
feel the extra load.
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