When I bought It I had no clue what a Quad 4 was, but as soon as I drove It, I got impressed. 7000RPM (now 7400) and 180Hp from a stock 2.3liter I4. Oldsmobile really got it good! The car as a nice look and when I drive it I still get lots of comments about it. I go often to the drags strip and most people ask 'is that a V6?' they are suprised that a Chevy built in the 90' could push so much horsepower! Oh and The engine is from Oldsmobile, it's sad that GM closed it!
Cupholders, bucket seats, A/C , power windows, door, trunk.
One problem with this would have been torque, and the engine is a little bit rough, but I like the way it sounds!
This car has to be the best idea that
Chevrolet has ever come up with. All
around it's a great car with more
positives than negatives. I'm sure that
if I had bought this car brand new that
it would have never broken... I got it
used so I can't control how they
treated it, but I treat my baby like I
would a best friend. It treats me the
same way and that's why I love it.
Let's thing about this for just a
second... 2.3 DOHC 16V QUAD 4!!!!!!
Ummm... Maybe if there were a little
more aftermarket parts available. My
friend has a Civic and when he orders a
part, they ask what color he wants.
When I order a part they're like "Uh,
we don't have that but you can make one
with a paper clip and a toenail
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