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13 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme results

Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Jean
Jean
Tecumseh, Nebraska
4.0
An oldie but goodie
My car is 23 years old, so at this point it has some minor issues, although most are cosmetic. The seats look worn, the cloth on the ceiling of the interior is sagging, there are some scratches on the paint of the exterior. I care much more about how the car actually runs, though, and I have to say it runs great. I bought it from a friend in Nebraska and drove it back home to Ohio, more than 800 miles away, and it ran smoothly. I am now actually living in Nebraska, and the car has made it through some very cold winter weather and it starts right up every time. I have to say it runs better than some newer vehicles I have owned. I have the idea they made cars better back when this one was made. It seems to get decent gas mileage, too, although I'm sure newer models do better in that regard.
Sandy
Sandy
Carmichael, California
4.0
Big enough.
It just keeps on driving, no matter what. Most of the mechanical problems have always been related to smog system issues, not passing the smog inspection and then repairing what's necessary to pass on the next test. Whenever a breakdown has occurred, mechanics have been able to locate the problem and easily fix it or replace the involved part. Sometimes I'm able to do the repair myself because it has plenty of room under the hood to access things. As long as I'm able to extract the broken part myself and bring it into an auto parts store, I can bring it home and install the new one myself. My car is also large enough to transport up to five passengers because it has six seatbelts. The size of the interior and the trunk combined make it able to really load it up with stuff to move from one place to another.
MAS
MAS
Blacksburg, Virginia
4.0
Reliable, American Beauty
The 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme was the last Cutlass Supreme ever made, and that is a crying shame. This car is a beautiful reminder of the old days of American cars. It has a classic look and is as reliable as it gets. The GM 3100 engine is one of the best engines ever made (ask any mechanic, they'll agree). The solid, durable construction is something that has gone out to pasture these days having been replaced by cheaper materials. At nearly 20 years old and 100,000+ miles, my Cutlass Supreme still runs like a top.