.......at least until I get new brakes on my 1994 SLE (needs both front pads and rear shoes), or my 1999 SSEi back from the tranny shop.
Anyhow, here'* my current ride.
Here is my current ride, a 1989 Buick Lesabre Limited with a Cabriolet roof and Continental Kit and ONLY 69,000 miles. I personally don't like having to drive it. It isn't too bad of a car overall other than it only gets 14 mpg on the freeway with the cruise set at 73mph. I have put on a new ignition, new coil pack (Magnavox), new plugs, new plug wires, Fram air filter, PCV valve, fuel filter, 02 sensor and doing these brought the gas mileage up from 10-11 mpg all the way up to 14 mpg on the freeway, and in town is an even worse nightmare -only 7-8 mpg.
And here is the 1989 Buick Lesabre Limited with 240,000 miles that I drove last winter. It was a hell of alot better (and more reliable car) than the Lesabre I am driving now. It even has remote start which is a schaweet feature (wish I had this on either of my Bonneville'* or the white Lesabre).
Oh, and BTW, this Lesabre on a bad day gets 27-28 mpg, and on a good day 33-34 mpg(with premium 93 Octane fuel and a full tune-up).