1991 Buick Park Avenue Base 3.8 V6 from North America
The most overlooked car in America
The transmission began to act up at 90,000 miles and one of the transmission mounts broke.
The alternator went out about the same time.
The metal bracket molding at the bottom of the back window at the edge of the trunk lid always comes loose.
The 'change oil' light always comes on and stays on for several minutes when the car is started.
The most comfortable, reliable car I have ever owned. The original paint is flawless, the interior is immaculate - the cheapest car insurance I have ever paid - after years of owning Japanese cars which were stolen multiple times, or cost a fortune in repairs and insurance - the 'old lady's car' at $6000 was a remarkable find.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 30th October, 2002