2002 Buick Park Avenue MPG

Based on data from 10 vehicles, 697 fuel-ups and 216,610 miles of driving, the 2002 Buick Park Avenue gets a combined Avg MPG of 22.52 with a 0.27 MPG margin of error.

Below you can see a distribution of the fuel-ups with 37 outliers (5.04%) removed.

Following shows the average MPG of each of the 10 vehicles in the system.

2002 Buick Park Avenues For Sale Nearby

  • 02 Buick Park Avenue

    2002 Buick Park Avenue 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Sedan (4 Door)
    Added May 2012 • 197 Fuel-ups

    Property of landisv

  • 23.3 Avg MPG
  • Ciontea

    2002 Buick Park Avenue Ultra 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed Sedan
    Added Mar 2014 • 101 Fuel-ups

    Property of WPLXB70

  • 24.3 Avg MPG
  • Park Avenue

    2002 Buick Park Avenue Ultra 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed Sedan
    Added Sep 2016 • 46 Fuel-ups

    Property of DanHoughton

  • 21.1 Avg MPG
  • PA

    2002 Buick Park Avenue 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed Sedan
    Added Jun 2014 • 103 Fuel-ups

    Property of BigJayDogg3

  • 22.4 Avg MPG
  • D. 2002 Park Avenue

    2002 Buick Park Avenue 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed
    Added Sep 2016 • 120 Fuel-ups

    Property of twinlakes

  • 22.5 Avg MPG
  • 2002 Buick Park Avenue

    2002 Buick Park Avenue 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed
    Added Sep 2016 • 81 Fuel-ups

    Property of chbillups

  • 25.5 Avg MPG
  • Phyllis Buick

    2002 Buick Park Avenue Ultra 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed
    Added Mar 2017 • 11 Fuel-ups

    Property of Prible

  • 17.9 Avg MPG
  • Red Car

    2002 Buick Park Avenue Ultra 3.8L V6 GAS Automatic 4 Speed
    Added Nov 2016 • 102 Fuel-ups

    Property of gasmonkey65

  • 31.0 Avg MPG
  • Lindsey Car

    2002 Buick Park Avenue GAS V6
    Added May 2011 • 35 Fuel-ups

    Property of SplashT

  • 23.0 Avg MPG
  • Park Ave

    2002 Buick Park Avenue GAS V6
    Added Apr 2009 • 4 Fuel-ups

    Property of Scream1277

  • 20.9 Avg MPG

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