This is my third Park Avenue, and it is by far the best. It gets great gas mileage and handles well for its size. You do need premium fuel, however. I've had few maintenance problems. I plan to trade the car for a new 2005 Park Avenue Ulrta because it has 77,400 miles on it, and GM is going to stop making the model. I love this car, and hope that the new one will be just as good and will serve me well for five years or more years as this Park Aveenue has done. Park Avenue Ultra is a great car, and I'm sorry to see it go.
Comfort, good accelleration, lots of trunk space with plenty of depth. A/C is outstanding with temperature control.
Could have used the back-up system which was introduced in 2000. View to the rear is not good for low laying objects. Depreciation is unwarrantly high.
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