"I got this car for free, so the price was perfect, the interior features are great. It has all of the options of a late model sedan without the price tag. The back seat is very spacious, and all the seats are very comfortable (just like riding a couch down the highway). The controls are very user-friendly. The engine provides plenty of power for quick acceleration and maintaining cruise control at high speeds.
The only problem I have had is with the security. The car randomly locks and unlocks the doors, and activates the alarm. The manual says to unlock either front door with the key, and I tried that but it didn't work, and the horn honked for a long time.
But, all in all this is a great ride and I would definitely suggest it to someone else."
"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!"