The Buick LeSabre was first introduced in 1959, and has been a popular family sedan ever since. The LeSabre was one of the longest cars in Buick's production line until its end in 2005. It has been known as one of America’s top selling vehicles throughout the entire 47 years of production.
The 2005 LeSabre is offered as a sedan, but its more recent model years weren't popular due to outdated design. However, it does come equipped with most of the popular features that made such a popular name for the brand in the first place. First and foremost, the large size of this four door sedan makes it easy to maneuver in and out of the vehicle. This is an important feature for parents who are always on the go, more often with kids in tow than not.
Other features that may be of interest to a potential used Buick LeSabre owner include a storage console and cup holders for easy organization, power locks for added security, and front reading lights to make it easier for kids to get their homework done while on the go.
There are a few notable safety features equipped in the 2005 Buick LeSabre, including child door locks and a three-point seatbelt in the backseat, as well as 4-wheel ABS and daytime running lamps. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has rated the 2005 LeSabre “Good” for its front overlap. However, the vehicle received a "Poor" for the head restraints and seats crash test.
The remote power door locks make it easy to ensure your LeSabre is secure after the kids get out of the vehicle. It also makes getting the car unlocked a cinch for the family when everyone has their hands full on the way out of the grocery store.
The in-car entertainment of the Buick LeSabre will help to keep the kids quiet while racing to your next destination or during long road trips. A diversity antenna ensures that you are not stuck with static on the radio, even in the middle of nowhere.
The CD player makes it possible for the kids hear their favorite song without having to wait for it to be played on the radio.