2004 Buick Park Avenue consumer reviews

$35,250 starting MSRP
side view of 2004 Park Avenue Buick
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.9
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.3
  • Value for the money 4.5
  • Exterior styling 4.5
  • Reliability 4.5
Explore the 2004 Buick Park Avenue

19 mpg, drives like a dream, good in snow.

Awesome ride, good economy, seats 6, luxury leather, good in snow. You could say it is a one owner vehicle: My Dad bought it new in 2004 and drove it until he passed away in 2010. We got it in the estate with around 50,000 miles on it. My wife drove it to 116,000 and I bought her a 2017 Buick Enclave AWD for our anniversary and to take us, our daughter and her family to the Oregon/Washington Coast. I parked my 2007 GMC SLE 2500HD truck and started driving it. Great ride, better gas mileage, and leather seats!! I just don't need 3 vehicles for the 2 of us. This car averaged about 600 to 700 miles a month and has been maintained every 3,000 miles since we've had it and Axtel's in Logan maintained it for dad. I hope whoever gets can enjoy and appreciate it as much as we have.


Lovely drive, reliable, vintage, smooth

Purchased this car used, prev owner took great care of the car. This car drives like a Cadillac but is more reliable. Very calming and smooth drive. Pleasant sound from the v6 engine. Overall very satisfied, just know this has a vintage look, you're not going for a modern tech heavy car


I've had 4 park avenue cars over 26 years.

I would keep buying but they no longer make park avenues.I loved every single one I had. Only upgraded for newer vehicles when I could.


Most Reliable Brand on the Road

This car rides like a dream. It has plenty of space on the interior and has plenty of horsepower under the hood. I haven't had one mechanical issue while I have owned this vehicle!


Adult Sized 4 door

Fits 4 adults without having their necks twisted or knees in your throat. Hatch through the trunk accommodates 8 foot 2x4s or your waterski. Great highway mileage for a full sized sedan.


Excellent ride, Very Dependable

This was my 3rd Buick Park Avenue. Needless to say, if they were still available, I would be in search for another. It was by far the best value for my money. It is solidly built, quiet, and smooth.


Last of the "Adult Sized" sedans

looked long and hard for a 4 door that fit. Let's me honest, the newer model cars are small. If you're 6'+ your options have been limited to an SUV or a BMW 7 series. The Park Ave Ultra has the fit and the style. The supercharged 3.8L gives it that extra punch.


Good car for the $$$

Good car Ultra is the way to go with the bucket seats in the front and the supercharged engine for performance, Buick needs to bring it back


Park Ave- Best Old Man Car

This is my second Park Ave. Both suck oil after 100,000. Rear Brakes don't last long. And i dont do hard braking. Wish this would come back into production. Hey, they just brought back the Trans Am and Fire Chicken i hear


Understated elegance

I would like to see Buick make the Lesabre's and Park Avenues AGAIN.I love the classic cars that do not have the console in the cabin (too confining).