Table 1 shows one common unknown or other related problems of the 1999 Buick Century.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Unknown Or Other problems||
I own (bought used) a 1999 Buick Century, at 27,000 miles my drivers windows regulator/motor went out. At 30,000 I hit a little bump while in a construction zone and the passenger side broke and fell down, of course I saw it and swerved a bit, but fortunately not too much. My mother owns a 2000 Buick Century, at 20,000 her drivers side window broke. . . . I am just waiting for a few more miles and then her passenger side will go. General motors needs to make these parts better. I do believe it is a safety issue, due to the general reaction of something happening like that while a person is driving.
Buick didn't seem to care that such a failure could be life threatening.
The design of the dashboard & rear seat cover reflects on the windshield causing poor visibility which could result in collision.
Paint is peeling around the wheel wells and the lower panel, it looks like there is no primer for the paint to stick to.
The driver gets distorted visibility because instrument panel reflects on the windshield. Yh.
Dashboard glare onto the windshield due to design, poor visibility due to glare. Mjs.
Design of plastic dashboard reflects back into the windshield causing poor visibility.