1994 Buick Park Avenue Ultra 3.8L V6 from North America
It's not a for senior citizens, it's for SUPERIOR citizens
There is a crack in the rear passenger light. Other than that nothing.
It runs like a champion. However I was told that the previous owner used PREMIUM Shell gas religiously and I have followed suit.
I had been researching what kind of car to purchase after my previous car (a 1992 Lexus ES300) got totaled. I wanted to go for something reliable, some what luxurious, and to keep it domestic; I was not quite ready for the high maintenance costs that Cadillac’s boast.
I found this website and have spent months reading reviews, and found a Park Avenue is the car for me. It’s amazing, the supercharged engine gets me around town with no problem (other than the slow indecisive drivers that seem to always getting in my way).
I found it for a very reasonable price of 4000 and it was immaculate: no paint chips, leather interior with no cracks, A/C blows warm and cold. All of the power options work.
It commands attention from my friends who are owners of Benz, Cadillac’s and other luxury vehicles.
I've had this car about a week, but I think this is the wisest purchase I've made in some time. I RECOMMEND THAT THOSE THAT FIND THESE WITH LOW MILES BUY IT!!!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 18th October, 2008
20th Oct 2008, 18:48
I am on my second Park Avenue. I just recently purchased one of the last 2005 models. I love these cars, the combination of looks and comfort is just unbeatable. I plan on keeping this one for many years to come. Shame on Buick for dropping this model.
26th Oct 2008, 16:56
The area is Seattle, Wa, the vehicles you see on a day to day basis are very diverse. the "norm" would be subaru outbacks, Volvo Wagons, Honda Accords, Acura TL's, and Chevy trucks. The Park Avenues around here are rare and are actually well liked cars. I had an owner of a 2001 Benz tell my my 94' Parkie was very nice... so that should be a testement of the beauty of this particular year.