Buick's top-end model is the 2001 Park Avenue, and the Base trim is a well-equipped luxury sedan that fits either five or six passengers, depending on whether or not you fold-down the c...
Buick's top-end model is the 2001 Park Avenue, and the Base trim is a well-equipped luxury sedan that fits either five or six passengers, depending on whether or not you fold-down the center console in the front row. A 3.8-liter, 205-hp V6 engine and 4-speed automatic powers the 2001 Park Avenue base, which sits on 16-inch alloy wheels and comes standard with ABS brakes, dual front and side airbags, daytime running lights and automatic headlights.
Its easy handling is complemented by its easy luxury, supplied by full power features, power front seats, leather trim, cruise control, keyless entry, wheel-mounted audio controls, and a security system. Options include stability and traction control, rain-sensing wipers, and the brand new parking sensors. A heads-up display, remote garage opener, a CD player, OnStar, a sunroof, auto-dimming mirrors, memory settings, dual-zone climate control, and heated seats and mirrors add extra convenience. Owners of the 2001 Park Avenue Base like the interior space, which is comfortable for long trips, and are surprised by the 20/30 mpg, which is pretty high for such a large car. Its large size, however, makes it difficult to maneuver, especially into parking spaces.