"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."
"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 drive 300 miles per week and spend 2 hours per day in this car. I have owned this 1992 5th Ave for seven years. It is the most comfortable car I have owned. For a 15-year-old car, it is still doing great. Lots of leg room. Reliable car. Not great gas mileage."