My comments follow the ****
Paulie wrote :
I'm 5'7" & 170lbs. Ordinary build
Ooo you sound hannndsome!
I have a medium size drag-along canvas suitcase and it just barely fit
into the trunk opening.
So that was your BIG bag in my overhead compartment when I flew to
Cali in May!
The power seat and power pedal enabled me to hang my arm out the
YES !!!!! I though this would of been your first critique.
The front doors open way too wide.
Perhaps the wind caught them one day and sprung them back? Happened
to my Park Avenue last year. Now the driver door opens 2-3 inches more
and its really a reach to close it if you open it all the way. No assist
strap on the door panel, just the fingertip cup pulls in the side
The center armrest needs to be higher.It is either made for chimps or
people with short torsos or very long arms.
, Or little gurls. Lower the driver seat - but then you sacrifice
not being able to hang the arm out the winder.
The dash lights only coming on during auto headlight operation
sounds like a stupid idea. Headlight brightness on my Park Avenue is bad
on the high beam setting - sometimes I'll hold the turnsignal stalk from
clicking onto high, this way all four lights will remain ON. Got to
figure out a way to keep all four to stay on when I want them to.
I passed under a railroad underpass yesterday follwing a late 90's Ford
Windstar van. We were in a shaded spot for no more than 15 feet and his
auto lights & tail lights came on - but mine didn't - Thank god. Damn
I wouldn't buy a G 6 either. I'd like to be able to see the hood of a
vehicle when I'm driving. The high set wipers on my Park Avenue block
out most of the hood view. A small trunk is a big turn off to me as
well. Got to have room.
How was vision on the outside mirrors?
You need to rent a Mustang sometime.
Thanks for the report.
05 Park Avenue 44,234
91 Bonneville 307,099