by Drew on Mar 31, 2009 Vehicle: 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SL 4dr Sedan
I have owned this car for several years, having acquired it from my mother who bought it new. Great stereo, decent performance, excellent handling. Leather interior is extremely comfortable. Have driven it on many long range trips, have had no problems with the car mechanically. Had to replace the rear glass 1.5 years ago, heat shattered it. Would not hesitate to recommend the car, especially if it has a solid documentation history.
by glak 150 on Oct 17, 2008 Vehicle: 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SL 4dr Sedan
I bought the car with 125,000 miles on it , now I have 170,000. The car has started & run every day we've had it. It was a first car for two teenage daughters and now it is my daily driven work car. I've had many cars over the years this is probably the best and most reliable. The previous owner keeps bugging me to sell it back to him.
by Harvey Tillery on Dec 18, 2006 Vehicle: 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SL 4dr Sedan
This car has been unbelievable since I've owned it, six years. Get this, the EGR valve went out about a year ago. Since then, the gas mileage has gone up three MPG in town (from 19 to 22) and on the road (27 MPG to 32)! Who needs an EGR valve? Nobody. The car is still classy looking (so far) with the 16" wheels and fine factory paint job, which is still shinny. The wheels are neat. The fine sound system still sounds good. Upkeep has included a new alternator and a new sensor, not bad at all. Of course, I have only put 60,000 miles on it in ten years, but they have been and still are good ones.
by billy3sticks on Dec 10, 2004 Vehicle: 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SL 4dr Sedan
Love this car! The 3.4 DOHC engine is the only way to go except for the $$$ to change the timing belt. Had a '95 3.1 version and this is MUCH quicker. Have had some repairs on it (AC compressor, cruise control module) but nothing you wouldn't expect for the mileage. The 5 spoke Olds wheels really set it off from the std Cutlass. Make sure of maintenance on timing belt if buying the 3.4 version. Nice leg & head room for driver & passenger (even w/moonroof and 6'1") - little cramped in rear but I don't ride there! Tranny is original but I do keep it serviced regularly. Engine uses 1 Qt oil/1,000 miles but not bad for mileage.
by Markm on Feb 11, 2004 Vehicle: 1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SL 4dr Sedan
After 8 years and 90K miles, my Cutlass
series III does not warrant me to buy
another new car yet. It runs super and
the Black finish still has its show
room shine. I had to replace the
radiator at 66 months because I failed
to read the fine print of replacing
your coolant at 100K (or 60 months
which ever comes first - fluid sludged
on me after 66 months). I just replaced
the ignition switch and realized that
the cost of these 2 "minor" repairs
over 8 years was Value.
were all coupes. The Buick Regal, Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme and Pontiac Grand Prix coupe. Later on in 1990 Chevy received the Lumina sedan/coupe and in 1991 Buick, Olds and Pontiac received the long...
I bought a 1996 Cutlass Supreme SL in 1999. A month after I bought it, my ABS brakes starting acting up and needed the ABS sensor replaced. ($500) Luckily covered by the dealership. Another problem I ...
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