I bought a 95 park used with 97000 miles on it in 2012. I am the second owner. I love this car I am only 33 years old and I will continue to buy these cars for as long as I can find them. Everything works the paint is peeling on the hood but that is age related. Easy to work on comfortable and decent on gas for a big car. I fell safe in this car it is not like riding in a matchbox. No rattles or shakes just smooth driving.
I love all the bells and whistles but it is not over done you cab find everything you need while you are driving.
Some luxury cars pack too much stuff in one area on the car and you have to pull over to change the air conditioner, not so on the park.
Make them again and get some real cars back on the road
I actually really liked this car for the first few months. It was well built, very comfortable, and very smooth on the highway. One huge flaw, however, changed my mind to the point where I had to give it away (I couldn't sell it due to liabiity concerns). It would just die on the freeway at full speed! Once, I was coming down the Grapevine into LA when this happened. Full highway speed with no power brakes, no power steering, nothing. Worse yet, the dealer couldn't figure it out, and the process of figuring it out was terribly expensive. As I said, I had to get rid of it because driving it was just way to dangerous!
Room, comfort, ride, etc.
I'd just making one where the driver didn't have to fear for the life.
This car has excellent build quality. I'm going on 105k and haven't had many major problems with the car, except the usual wear and tear that comes along with the age and miles. I'll be chugging down the road in her for another 100k.