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 benthereoften on Apr 13, 2013 Vehicle: 2002 Buick Park Avenue 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
Got this as salvage after the driver hit a deer...all fixed up....for only $2200. Drove it 750 miles to Miami in comfort at 31 mpg. Heated seats are toasty! The only thing I would "improve" would be the inside driver's handle so that it is a bit more intuitive/natural. Otherwise, this car is just about the best combination of cost and comfort that I have ever seen. And at 6'4", it fits!
by thin41 on Apr 23, 2009 Vehicle: 2002 Buick Park Avenue 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
The quality, smooth ride and handling, power of the Buick Park Avenue is outstanding and exceptional. I have owned a LeSabre and a Century, but this leather recliner on wheels out performs all cars I have had and is like a little piece of heaven :) Too bad Buick does not manufacture anymore :( 10 out of 10 in my book.
by Great Car For Me on Dec 7, 2006 Vehicle: 2002 Buick Park Avenue 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
Car has all the goodies and has exceeded expectations. Purchased with 25,000 miles and have added 17,000 in a year. Gave up my 2000 Impala for it. Can't believe I got so much for what I paid. Great car for a tall man. My car has the road package which I love. Great ride. Can't believe someone would pay premium for a different name plate. Replaced front brakes at 42,000. Back-up sensors are great for the parking lots.
by New Buick Lover on Feb 17, 2003 Vehicle: 2002 Buick Park Avenue 4dr Sedan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
You will find V-8 power in a V-6 with
outstanding fuel mi. 23 in town and 33
highway on 87 oct.
My wife and I suffer from bad backs,
well the Buick seats are wonderful even
the back seat is so comfortable and
easy to get in and out of, and the pull
handles on 3 doors are a big help also.
Quite wonderful smooth ride with great
road handling. GM found a great way of
making a front driver feel like a rear
drive. My Dad who always drives a Town
Car did not know he was driving a front
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