The 1993 Buick Park Ave. Supercharge's character was compared to a love affair between Arnold Schwartzenegger and Madonna.
If you're in a hurry, it get to it right!
Although I'm not the original owner, I've had my Big Boy for 8 years now.
All the things they say about it are true, plus some.
It's difficult to think about selling it, (even at 225,000 miles), because it's such a sweet car.
When a huge truck is behind me at night, it's headlights is no challenge for the "SLEEPER"'s mirrors and shadowed' windows.
It's more comfortable than a couch and handles like a big boy on the road.
I took 4 passengers with all their baggage to the airport comfortably!
I bought this car several years ago
with 66,000 miles on it. It now has
121,000 and I've had next to no
problems with it. It's fun to drive,
has good handling and gets 26 mpg on
the highway. My car came with just
about every luxury feature you can
imagine short of a sunroof and heated
sideview mirrors. The ride is very
smooth and the interior is very quiet.
It is great on long trips. The trunk
is enormous. It doesn't burn or leak
any oil. The exterior styling is a
little too conservative but it more
than makes up for it in value. I'd buy
another in a heartbeat. It's the best
vehicle I've ever owned.
Like the first reviewer, the first
thing that came to my mind was this was
like a Chrsler 300J I once drove.
Smooth power and style beyond belief.
The car is silk smooth and very
reliable. I have had to replace the
weatherstripping after 10 years. The
only bad thing about the car is the
front license plate holder--very poor
design. The car is very quiet and the
Ultra has a power steering that
requires more force to turn at speed
which I do not like. But the
mechanical quality of the car is