by Jay on Aug 4, 2009 Vehicle: 1991 Oldsmobile Bravada 4dr SUV AWD
The Olds Bravada has been a good truck to me for many years, of course general repairs are expected, at 150K miles things happen. The key is a good garage to bring it to when it needs repairs. I have had the 2002 Bravada and it was bought back by GM under the lemon law, I have a new Envoy and the design is terrible and I have had many issues. So far this is the most reliable of all the GM cars I have owned.
by College Student on Aug 7, 2004 Vehicle: 1991 Oldsmobile Bravada 4dr SUV AWD
I realize that this car is known for
its problems but I have had this car
for 3 years and got my moneys worth
out of it. I did have to repair the
front axle, have a new alternator
installed, and had to have the rotars
turned. Other than that the Bravada
was a good car. I did upgrade to a
4Runner because of poor crash safety
on the bravada.
by chambersc on Mar 27, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Oldsmobile Bravada 4dr SUV AWD
This car has been a total nightmare from the word go. In two years time I have replaced a transfer case, front and rear drivelines, overhauled a transmission and as of yesterday, I am looking at having to replace a motor.
I've got the full line catalog for 1991,92,93, Aurora brochure for 95,98,01, and Intrigue and Alero brochures for 99,00,01. And a 2002 Bravada brochure. I need to stop by the dealer and pick up some...
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