Buick Century 1981 review
The Buick Century was a mid-size car produced by General Motors from 1936 to 1942 and 1954 to 2005. The 1981 model was part of the sixth generation of the Century, which was in production from 1973 to 2005.
The 1981 Buick Century was available as a coupe or a sedan, and it was powered by a 3.8-liter V6 engine that produced 110 horsepower. It had a front-wheel drive system and a three-speed automatic transmission.
In terms of design, the 1981 Century was fairly unremarkable. It had a boxy, utilitarian look that was common among American cars of the time. However, it did receive some updates for the 1981 model year, including a new grille and revised taillights.
Inside, the 1981 Century had a spacious and comfortable interior, with plenty of room for up to six passengers. It also came equipped with features such as air conditioning, power windows, and a stereo system.
Overall, the 1981 Buick Century was a reliable and practical car that was popular with families and commuters. While it may not have been the most stylish or exciting vehicle on the market, it was a solid choice for those who were looking for a dependable car with a comfortable ride.
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