2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue GL 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
Its styling is the first thing that
grabs your attention. It is, simply
put, stunning. Unlike the Accord and
Camry that you see everywhere, the
Intrigue is more rare and you never get
sick of seeing them. However, also
unlike the Accord and Camry, is the
Intrigue's build quality. It is barely
acceptable. It's paint job is
horrendous, the gaps in the dash fits
are huge, and shakes and rattles are
already obvious. For such a large car,
the rear seat space is tight. The car
has plenty of ergonomic quirks (like
useless cup holders) and finding the
perfect temperature is a waste of time -
you either get very hot, or very cold.
The intermediate does not exist.
Styling; simply stunning. Engine
performance is marvelous. Intrigue's
aren't as common as an Accord or Camry.
Reliability is above average.
Pay more attention to detail. It's the
little things that count. How about a
decent coat of paint ? And what can
you do about my mileage ? It's
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