I bought the car right after Olds stopped making them, so I actually bought the car for about 3K less than it would have been worth had Olds not tanked, which was fine in my eyes. With a huge available array of mechanicals left over from both the Alero and Grand Am (sister vehicle) theres no need to worry about service in the future.
Available low end torque. Clear case headlights and taillights look great at night.
GM's 3.4 had it's problems, there should have been more recalls across the motor line up. I've already been through most of the problems, and my mechanic has seen it all in other models across the lineup with the 3.4, so keep your fingers crossed!
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