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Oldsmobile Cutlass OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.9
24 Reviews
5 star
38%
4 star
29%
3 star
21%
2 star
13%
1 star
0%
Overall
3.9
Value
4.1
Style
3.0
Performance
3.9
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
3.3
Reliability
4.0
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TC
TC
Murray, Kentucky
4.0
A decent, reliable car
The Cutlass Ciera SL that I purchased a few years ago has been a pretty solid car since I've owned it. I haven't really had many major issues as far as the engine goes, though the mileage isn't amazing (around 25 miles per gallon). I've logged almost 30,000 miles on the car since I got it about 12 years ago, and it's still running today. It has decent handling and acceleration, and the brakes work pretty well. It's not a remarkable car, really, but it is definitely solid and has worked well for me. One little thing that I like about the Cutlass is the retractable antenna. It's a small thing, but I think it's kind of cool and enables you to fit the car under places that are a little lower to the ground without damaging the antenna. There are some cons, however. For one thing, the power window motors gradually wore down over time, and they eventually got to the point where the windows would not roll up after having been rolled down, and you would have to wait X number of minutes before the windows would slowly close again. Another minor issue is that some drains inside the passenger-side door get clogged over time, and eventually the door will fill with water when it rains, and then you can hear the water sloshing around when you drive around for days after a heavy rainfall. This also tends to make the car smell a little murky after it's rained. Overall, I think the Cutlass Ciera is a pretty decent car, but it's not something I would shout positive things about from the rooftops. It's just a solid vehicle that has gotten me from point A to point B. If you can find one with relatively low mileage, you can probably expect to drive it to well past 100,000 miles (a number I passed on the odometer a couple years ago).
JS
JS
Coffeyville, Kansas
5.0
Gets Me From Point A to B
Despite that my Oldsmobile is an older car, it still gets me from point A to B. The body of the car is still in great condition and is more sturdy than most cars made today. This car is roomy in both seating and the trunk. The only negative fallback is it's a V8 in the engine so gas mileage isn't the best, especially when it comes to in town driving. Still, the car was worth the investment.
Indianapolis, Indiana
3.0
Fast.
It was clean, fast, loud music, drove fine, 4 door leather seats, no rust, lot of new parts under the hood, a nice car to have.