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Buick Park Avenue
Begun as a trim package on Buick's Electra, the Park Avenue name was applied to that car's successor for the 1991 model year. It used GM's C-body platform until the C-body was dropped in 1997. The Park Avenue was normally powered by the 3.8 L 3800 V6, with a special Ultra model using a supercharged version.
An updated Park Avenue was released in 1997. Riding on the Oldsmobile Aurora's G-body, it was stronger and more substantial than its predecessor. New generations of the 3800 engine continued as the only powerplant, and the Park Avenue has continued with minor updates since this date.
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