Have you driven a 2004 Buick Park Avenue?  

User Reviews

View reviews where users commented on categories.

Clear selections

Displaying all 2004 Buick Park Avenue reviews reviews.

2004 Buick Park AvenueReview
Guru5W7MV writes:
Overall:

The 2003 to 2005 Buck Park Avenue still used the venerable 3.8L engine-that dependably goes 300,000 miles without needing to be rebuilt if given regular oil changes & basic maintenance-but Buick engineers went to war with the rust that had corroded the LeSabre models that were the most-sold vehicle in America back then by galvanizing the sheet metal on both the inner and outer surfaces as a test on the Park Avenue series. I prefer the smaller size of the LeSabre and its styling i consider superior-but beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. At age 70 this will be the last car i ever purchase, so need it to last me to death. Many old farmers by seat of pants harsh winter experience judged its having front wheel drive with long wheelbase the best compromise for rugged rough winter road use in the far north where plan to relocate to-the Park Avenue by them was top rated for safety experience...so behind the fence line stories related. What it is missing is the sports car handling of a Jaguar E-Type am leaving behind-so am sure going to get a Park Ave with at least the F-41 suspension components and upgraded tires, and an Ultra optioned variant if can find one in Ming Blue. Long trip comfort combined with ample storage and carrying ability of the big trunk. And ease of entry and exit compared to most of these tiny new cars that require a pair of pliers attached to ones shirt sleeve to extract oneself from pulled from the outside by a friend not always at hand when needed to keep from feeling all crunched up when finally out. It had most of the luxury features (many of which i would very gladly live without) of others costing $20,000 more when new 20 years ago, so was a good value then and that so many were made means one can get service and parts on them anywhere one travels or moves to. A compelling combination of factors that made them-LeSabre and Park Avenues-as sought after and popular as they were. Good used ones command high prices, sell very quickly, but not at all high when compared to the likes of the Toyotas etc they butt heads with in todays market place. Nuff said.

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2004 Buick Park AvenueReview
Yurikleyman9 writes:
Overall:

Good Buick automobile

Is this review helpful? Yes | No
2004 Buick Park Avenue Ultra FWDReview
BigJon__ writes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Family Car:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

One Of Americas Jewels! — Fantastically reliable, great gas mileage. Looks good, timeless classic American sedan. 3800 engine will last forever with proper maintenance. Seats 5-6 comfortably, enough trunk space for a weekend shopping trip. Lowest cost of ownership of any vehicle. Love this car!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Love Buicks!

Cons: I cannot think of any cons check with me when it hits 250K!

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
Is this helpful? Yes | No
2004 Buick Park Avenue FWDReview
hillbillson3 writes:
Back Seats:
Cargo Capacity:
Family Car:
Fuel Economy:
Front Seats:
Handling:
Maintenance Cost:
Price:
Power:
Reliability:
Looks/Style:
Overall:

This Car Is A Dream To Drive Quite Smooth And Great Mileage Too. — There is no other car that can deliver the smooth ride and quite cabin going down the road like this Buick does. Reliable as everyone knows. 200k, 300k, and these cars ask for more. How can you go wrong owning a wonderful car like this.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Luxury car with great gas mileage nothing else compares.

Cons: What can I say find a better luxury car with better reliability,  I dare you to try.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
Is this helpful? Yes | No
2004 Buick Park Avenue Ultra FWD Review
Guru5F6S6 says:
vs2005 Buick Park Avenue Ultra FWD
2004 Buick Park Avenue Ultra FWD winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Back Seats Ranked 2005 Buick Park Avenue Ultra FWD better.
"none"
Family Car Ranked 2005 Buick Park Avenue Ultra FWD better.
"none"

Displaying all 2004 Buick Park Avenue reviews reviews.

Reviews From Other Years

2005 Buick Park Avenue Reviews

Review By Guru9WQ1QX

It is a wonderful car, it is not missing a thing it is loaded. Read More

2003 Buick Park Avenue Reviews

Review By Guru9XFT9V

Its a great car strong durable. Good fuel economy well equipped even as a base model. Read More

Review By Guru1LTWB

I’m on my second Park Avenue. I went to Park Avenues when Oldsmobile quit making their 98 model, my all time favorite car. They are comfortable cars and last a long time. I suppose that’s why they qu... Read More

2002 Buick Park Avenue Reviews

It's A Shame Gm Doesn't Make These Anymore. By vlaning

The air leaking through the recirculation damper is the most anoying fault. I have had it into the dealer for repair with no success but it still cost me over $100. It does have the most complete inst... Read More

Holiday Hire Car 2002 By Graham

Hired this when we got to Florida in 2002 for a 2 week holiday. 3.8 V6, and quite powerful. Because petrol was so cheap over there ( then ) it cost very little to fill the tank. Huge car, about the si... Read More

2001 Buick Park Avenue Reviews

Review By carshopper70

Very nice well kept very clean thanks Read More

Review By John

Solid luxury ride , options and style , a must have for power, comfort and performance. IDEAL family car! Read More

2000 Buick Park Avenue Reviews

Review By Hacene

I owned 3 park Avenues cars since 2000. I found that Park Ave is one of the best cars to drive on winter during snow, because it’s a front wheel drive car. It’s large and comfortable. Read More

Review By Guru95DV99

All around good dependable car good gas mileage easy to work on nice ride full of it on the inside Read More

Have you driven a 2004 Buick Park Avenue?