When shopping for an extra-large, luxury-laden sedan, it's hard to go wrong with the shapely Park Avenue. Overlook the cost-cutting inside, and you'll be quite pleased with your purchase, if a smooth-riding American land yacht is your sort of car. We'd definitely choose this over, say, a Lincoln Town Car.
by eril on Aug 1, 2012 Vehicle: 1999 Buick Park Avenue
I've had this car for a week now with 123,227 miles on it and i'm in love with it. The ride is better that most european cars i've had before. I'm a sales man so i drive arround a lot and this car makes me enjoy the road more each time i drive it. It's very good on the gas too and fits all my family comfortably.
All it needs is a good paint job and it will look like new!!!
by AJ4775 on Oct 5, 2010 Vehicle: 1999 Buick Park Avenue
Since i've owned this car i have done routine maintenance. i have had no problems with reliability. i have over 180,000 miles on the car, the 3.8L supercharged motor runs strong and gets great gas mileage. 32+mpg highway and in the city with traffic i can still get 23/25mpg. its a full size car that fits 6 people with every option.
by 3rd Owner on Jul 29, 2010 Vehicle: 1999 Buick Park Avenue
The electronics will go out on you and expect to pay a few hundred to fix (rear defrost, seat adjuster). As everyone says, 30+ mpg highway (I once averaged over 38 on a 150 mile trip!) but in the city it's a dog, I'll get anywhere from 13-21 in the city. I think it looks great, and the sound system is amazing. Buy it if you want to be spoiled without burning a hole in your wallet.
Hello, I know this discussion is for the LeSabre, but it seems to be more active than the Park Avenue discussion, and I know that the LeSabre and P.A. are quite similar. My parents (late 50s) are con...