With the 2004 Buick Park Avenue, Buick's flagship, you
get a refined sedan that exemplifies skilled craftsmanship
and an artist's attention to detail. The spacious Park Avenue,
known for its tight handling and reliable V6 power, has
carved an immovable place for itself in the realm of fine
With the 2004 Buick Park Avenue Ultra, you basically improve
upon everything the base Park Avenue has to offer. That
means more power, better handling, more premium appointments
and an upgraded sense of style. You also get a design that
features Buick's classic vertical-bar grille and front fender
portholes. Originally introduced in 1949, the three functional,
chrome-plated portholes on each front fender give the vehicle
a strong look and provide additional air flow to the engine
The 2004 Buick Park Avenue is offered in two models: base
The four-door 2004 Buick Park Avenue sedan is long and elegant,
resulting in a roomy and comfortable interior setting. With
a front bench seat, up to six passengers can fit inside
the Park Avenue. Optional front bucket seats reduce that
number to five.
For 2004, the Park Avenue has new cluster graphics, making
information easier to read. It also features new interior
colors, including a new Light Cashmere or Shale trim with
new Dark Birdseye Maple woodgrain and Medium Gray trim with
Satin Walnut woodgrain.
The 2004 Ultra represents the finest Park Avenue to date.
Inside, it has an electrochromic rearview mirror with integral
compass, heated outside rearview mirrors, a universal garage
door opener and a Concert Sound III audio system. The Park
Avenue Ultra also features such options as a sunroof, a
trunk-mounted CD changer and a head-up instrumentation display.
On the outside, the Ultra distinguishes itself with a few
unique design cues. It hints at the power lurking under
its hood with 17-inch, chrome-plated aluminum wheels with
low-profile tires, chrome exhaust tips and chrome accents.
StabiTrak ensures that the 2004 Buick Park Avenue Ultra
maintains a steady footing no matter what the road condition
is. A standard Gran Touring package with specially tuned
suspension and rear stabilizer bar also helps in this regard.
These combine with Ultra's 3.8-liter supercharged Series
II V6 engine to produce 240 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of
Both the base model and the Ultra have 4-speed automatic
transmission with overdrive for slip-free shifting. The
base model is fitted with a 3.8-liter Series II V6 engine.
It can generate 205 horsepower and 230 lb-ft of torque.
Safety and Security
Antilock four-wheel disc brakes are standard. Other safety
features include dual front airbags, front side airbags
and daytime running lights. For an added fee, the OnStar
system and a navigation system can be had as well.
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