The Toronado is truly one of the great ones from Oldsmobile. I've owned the car from a pup and it now has over 171,000 miles. The 3800 V6 is strong as can be and never has given any problems. This car was way ahead of its time and is still a pleasure to drive. It is one of the best cars I've owned.
Very nimble suspension. Unmistakable styling. Relatively rare, even when new. Black on black color combo gives it a sinister, no nonsense appearance.
I don't understand why Olds didn't offer the supercharged version of the engine, that would have been a natural for this car!
I bought the car with 104,000 miles
and it now has 195,000. The only
problem I ever had was that the a/c
compressor froze and had to be
replaced. The car still runs perfect
and I will keep it but I just bought a
1992 Trofeo and 94,000 miles just so
that I can get another of these great
cars while they're still able to be
found. If you can find one, buy it,
1992 was the last year.
"The Look", 10 way dual power leather
seats, 4 wheel disk brakes, 4 wheel
independent suspension, 16 inch
wheels, fuel and distance computer
While a has plenty of power, There
should have been an option for a more
What can I say? She has over $150K and
still screams. I can throw her into the
curves and she just hugs the road. I
love her and much as my dog. she's a
bit tired and the level ride cut out
butr there are plenty of used parts out
there - but they aren't cheap. She's a
classic beauty and is everything I
could want in a car.
Power everything. The programable CRT
is neat too. She's very unique and
still raises eyebrows.
Wish Olds would have at least tired to
hang in there and reinvented this one.
Truly hate the leaking sunroof.