2001 Oldsmobile Alero GL1 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 4A)
I have had every single problem that you can think of from brakes going to the check engine light going on and off. I bought this car new and traded in a 97 Nissan Maxima that worked and sounded better then the new car. I tried to take the car back to the dealership because I knew I made a mistake but they would have no part of it. I paid $21,000.00 for a car that I can not get a Happy Meal and five bucks for today (poor resale value). I really do not like this car, and I rather go into more debt and get rid of it then to drive it another day.
The outside of the car really looks nice.
Too much engine noise, brakes go out too fast, cup holder is too close to the front console, more leg room, too many gadgets to fix, and reduce the price. This car should cost no more then a Kia Rio.
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