I bought this used as a second car for the family. I love it and it's totally fun to drive. We also have a 1993 Buick Park Avenue. It's the same car only a little older. I like the updates on the Old's 88 but i'm having some old car type problems. The anti theft system engaged and had to be bypassed. The lighters don't work so I can't plug things in. The fuel sending unit rusted. $600. There just seems to be a lot of little things. I'm not sure if it's because the car is old. My other old car (the Park Ave) didn't have these problem - from what I recall. This car feels like luxury when you drive it. THAT's nice!
Comfortable with no problems at all.
We bought it with 30K miles on it and have had not one problem in the past year.
My Mom swears it is a Cadillac because of the comfort and pick up.
We do change the oil and take good care of the car...it is a great ride!
Bought as dealer exec car with 5,500
miles on it. Big brawny rugged
reliable American classic. It's a
shame Olds is no longer made. We had
a Pontiac 6000 LE for 15 years which
was a great car. When we looked for
its replacement, this Olds 88 was even
We bought this car used in '99 with
101,000 on the odometer. Has been a
very good car, with only minor
repairs. It seems to be hard on front
brake hardware like pads and disc
rotors (probably the way wifey
drives!) but otherwise VERY dependable
and I would recommend it to anyone.
Styling is somewhat "dumpy" but still
a very good car.
We bought the car with about 30K
miles. The cassette deck immediately
ate a tape. At about 80K miles the
fuel pump and sender unit had a melt
down and cost us over $900 CDN to
repair. Too many of these expensive
setbacks could quickly turn a person
off. Otherwise the car has been
excellent in every way.