by Chris on Nov 20, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Park Avenue
Family has had car since new. still no rust, engine runs strong, a-c works perfect, new alt. plugs every 30,000, drive belt at 15 years, plug wires at 10 years, boils down to still the road king. mpg 22-28 , one time 30 but had the wind at my back on a 660 mile trip. plan to keep at least 3 more years, 90k on odometer
by GranPa222 on Apr 11, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Park Avenue
People who don't own either the Park Avenue or LeSaber never believe the mileage they get - ours still gets 25mpg around town and nearly 30 on the interstate. We've had the car for 11 years and everything still works=the only non-routine (tires, exhaust.etc) repair was we lost the bolt on the swaybar-if Detroit would make all their cars like they did the old Park Avenues and LeSabers, they would be buying out Honda and Toyota.
by Jimbo on Apr 10, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Park Avenue
Bought this old girl 1.5 yrs ago while looking for a creampuff. 63K on her and clean. Have put about $1000 in it for brakes, starter, and battery. Rides great, everything still works, and 23 mpg city, 27 mpg hwy. Now just 74K and is a great ride. A bit dated but I only have $4000 in it and it will go for a lot more miles. Best second car you can find out there.
by savnnah07 on Oct 10, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Park Avenue
I got this car after graduation from my mom and I have had nothing but problems with it. There is constantly a mechanical error, and it seems to steadily eat new brake pads and rotors. The gas mileage is awful, and I just had all the filters replaced along with normal oil changes and maintenance.
by Dave K on Oct 9, 2008 Vehicle: 1994 Buick Park Avenue
38 mpg doing 65 mph on interstate 90 from Hill City, South Dakota to Lake Andes, South Dakota. What a pleasure to drive a car with a great ride and unbelievable gas mileage. The V-6 3800 engine sets a standard for the rest to follow.
1995 Park Avenue 3800 no turbo 250K miles. When staring the engine will catch but as soon as the key is released to the run position, the engine quits. Fuel pressure 45 lbs throughout the cycle and a ...
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