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2003 Park Avenue: New Design with Classic Buick Features

April 16, 2002

Buick’s 2003 Park Avenue presents a modern interpretation of a classic Buick for the division’s centennial year.The new Park Avenue Ultra includes classic Buick features as a prominent vertical-bar grille and front fender portholes. Portholes, first called “VentiPorts,” have been associated with Buick since their introduction in 1949.The Park Avenue Ultra goes into production in September 2002. Three new colors, Cabernet Red Metallic, Jade Green Metallic, and Silver blue Ice Metallic, are available, in addition to seven carryover colors.
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