"I purchased my 1993 Fifth Ave. 3 years ago from the original elderly owner with 47,000 miles on the clock. Now I have 70,000 miles on it and I have been generally satisfied with the car. Yes, it is extremely comfortable and perfect for long trips due to the pillow top seats and huge rear seat, the 3.3 liter V6 engine gets good gas mileage and is full of power, and the car is loaded with almost every option you can imagine. The only problems that I have experienced with the car was with the ABS braking system which is a discontinued part and over $2000.00 to have your existing one rebuilt (Did you know that a conventional brake system on a Chrysler Imperial bolts right up to a Fifth Ave.?) and electrical problems with the digital dash display causing it to cut on and off. I have researched and found that these problems were common on certain Fifth Ave. cars of that era. Overall, I would definately say that it is a good car and I plan to keep mine till the wheels fall off!"
"I've had my 1993 Fifth Ave. for about 3 years. I'm the second owner and it only has 95,000 on it. I did have to get the transmission rebuilt but other than that it's been reliable. I've never driven anything that is more comfortable. For a 3.8l the gas mileage isn't bad. My golf clubs and push cart fit in the trunk real nice. Great car if your not into making car payments."
"I bought my Fifth Avenue with 90,000 miles on it as a second car in 1998 and have been in love with it ever since. it has a ride comfort second to none and a body styling that becomes more classic as each year goes by. The interior is luxuriously appointed with every conceivable option available in 1990 with the exception of cupholders(??). It has been mechanically dependable and at 165,000 miles now on its V-6 engine it still gets up and goes..a long trip dreamboat. It has its idiosyncrosies, mostly originating from the onboard computer data system, but nothing that takes away the driving pleasure of this car."