2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue GLS 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 4A)
Fun to drive, comfortable sedan. I bought the car new, and loaded, for a steal. There were a few minor quality issues - water pump had to be replaced (at normal service visit), and a nut on one of the wipers had to be retightened (10 minutes at another Olds dealer). Both of these were fixed under warranty, and neither left me stuck. I got a lot of car for the money, and put a lot of worry free miles on it. I rated a lot of 8's, and that's because there are such things as Lexus, Infiniti, etc., but compared to the price range the Intrigue competed in (Accords, Camrys, etc), the Intrigue was a great car and a great value
Fun to drive - plenty of acceleration (sometimes I drove it hard), handled very well. Affordable features - leather seating, moon roof, etc
Interior could have been executed better - only one of the front cup holders was usable (other was in front of shifter). Some gaps appeared between trim and one of the vents, stuff of that nature
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