My Cutlass convertible was bought from my uncle who bought it new. It's been a wonderfull car. It has some cheap plastic, for fitting interior pieces, but mostly it's ok. The 3.4 V6 engine is pretty peppy. Olds should have offered a manual transmission.
The rollbar, factory 5 spoke rims, and no need for a hood-prop.
It needs a manual transmission, the Aurora's V8 engine, and better interior componets.
I love my Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. I haven't had any problems with it. I bought it with 95,000 miles on it. Now it has 135,000 is and still running strong. The only problem I have is that I have not been able to find any performence parts for it.
I really like the way the 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme looks and how comfortable it is. It has loads of looks and is fun! Unfortunately it is a GM product of the 90's which means that it eventually falls apart. When you get a few miles on her things just break!
My 1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme is my "toy" for my mid-life crisis and I've enjoyed it all summer. I took it to the Cape for vacation and saw lots of BMW and Mercedes convertibles but I had the only CS convertible! I had my car done in "emergency red" with a graphite interior. It has 78,000 miles and is in great condition. The 3.4L engine is powerful and I get 23-24 mpg. Everything works on this car and I've spent no money except for gas. It is lots of fun and very underrated in resale value...last year of production with less than 4,000 made. It is considered a potential collectors car... mine is going to be in our family a long time!
The fact that it is a convertible and you don't see very many others around. Steering wheel controls for stereo are cool too. Unique styling turns heads.
The automatic transmission may be the weakest part of this car... mine is ok for now, but I don't push it really hard.
I love this car. I have had no
machanicle problems only routine
maintanece. I have never been stuck or
broken down with the car. I use to
commute between NY and DC 3 or 4 times
per month and I never worried about
getting to my destination. I was
disappointed to here the Oldsmobile
line was being discontinued and can
only hope to have as much luck with a
Buick or Pontiac.
The dash board has a nice lay-out and
knobs are very easy to reach. As a
driver I have plenty of leg room. It
easy easy to see over the hood and has
almost no blind spots.
Wish they had better overhead lights
and lighted mirrors. The car makes
wide turns. The airbag in the sterring
wheel sometimes makes it hard to honk