2009 Oldsmobile Cutlass

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Cutlass MSRP: $ 18000.00
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Description:
The Cutlass is offered as a 4 door sedan with a 3.1-liter/160-hp V-6 and a 4-speed automatic. ABS is standard.

 
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Reviewed by:
irving hernandez


Review Date
April 17, 2002

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
More than 1 year

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Review 1 of 145 , from santa ana ca

Price Paid:  $1600000.00 from mckenna olds

Strengths:
speed one of the finest 6 cylinder vehicles i''ve ever driven

Weaknesses:
not too many aftermarket accessories available

Summary:
this thing is bad!! i''ve had the car for 2years and i haven''t had any problems. i used to have a 98 jetta and i did so many warranty repairs in the first year. my olds runs like a champ and it looks great

Similar Products Used:
n/a



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Reviewed by:
Duane


Review Date
July 5, 2001

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Value Rating
 3 of 5

Used product for
1 to 3 years

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Review 2 of 145 , from Galion

Price Paid:  $20000.00

Year / Model Reviewed:
1999 Olds Cutlas

Strengths:
v6 pickup, nice interior layout

Weaknesses:
rotors, window trim, therostat

Summary:
Olds cutlass v6 has great pickup, very suprising, nice ride and clear view from inside. Cut corners very nice. Problems with rotors after 1 yr were worn out, door trim was replaced and therostat went out, thats a big bill to get replaced, 2 1/2 hours, chevy garage wants $193, i used a another garage for $115. Nice cd system, seating is so so, not that comfortable, trunk nice space.

Similar Products Used:
for a newer car, I am concern for small repairs



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Reviewed by:
Ryan


Review Date
February 13, 2001

Overall Rating
 1 of 5

Value Rating
 1 of 5

Used product for
1 to 3 years

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Review 3 of 145 , from Huntsville, Al, United States

Price Paid:  $18000.00

Year / Model Reviewed:
1999 olds cutluss gls

Strengths:
Lots of Gadgets. AC, CD, cassette, pwr doors, pwr windows, leather (cheap), Keyless entry. Cost is down for the amenities.

Weaknesses:
Power steering went out twice on my wife in rush hour traffic in the first 6,000 miles of use. Battery had major corrosive problem melted the terminal. Oldsmobile customer care is rude. Dealerships don't care after the car is sold. The worst car I have ever owned.

Summary:
The only good thing about this car is the toys. I will never buy another GM product again. I am so glad I finally got rid of it. If you buy one I hope you get better service out of it than I did.

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Any car is better. I would rather buy a Geo.



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Reviewed by:
Sam Bethune


Review Date
November 14, 2000

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
1 to 3 years

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Review 4 of 145 , from Lincoln, Nebraska

Price Paid:  $17000.00

Year / Model Reviewed:
1998 Cutlass GLS

Strengths:
Very good value for the money. The car is loaded, to include leather seats, CD player, and just about every power accessory imaginable. It's a good looking car and on a few occasions has been mistaken for a Lexus. It is very powerful and gets pretty decent gas mileage.

Weaknesses:
The handling is a little sloppy. There also seems to be some problem with the electrical system. The low coolant light or ABS light sometimes comes on while driving despite the fact that there was no problem with either the coolant or ABS.

Summary:
We stayed away from GM cars for 12 years because our last one ('87 Buick Century Estate Wagon)was poorly built. Our experience with the Olds seems to be showing that GM is starting to get its act together. Unfortunately, the Cutlass is no longer being built and you have to buy it as a Chevy Malibu instead.

Similar Products Used:
'95 Ford Taurus. The Cutlass is superior in just about every way.



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Reviewed by:
Matt


Review Date
October 5, 2000

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

Used product for
1 to 3 years

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Review 5 of 145 , from Waukesha, WI, USA

Price Paid:  $19000.00

Year / Model Reviewed:
1998 Cutlass GL

Strengths:
The car is overall very solid. The 3.1 liter V6 has a decent launch and good midrage acceleration between 2800 and 4200 rpm. The materials inside the car are soft and have a nice touch for this price range. Good seating space for four and the spacious trunk is a plus.

Weaknesses:
Car has been plagued by a few problems all covered by warranty. This includes replaced rotors and pads, re-sealed windshield to stop a siren or howling sound at highway speeds, broken radio bass/treble knob, and poor retracting seatbelts. All problems were handled well by our dealership.

Summary:
This was a good new car for $19,000. Yes, a Honda or Toyota will probably be a better car, but you will have to pay a premium. This car is only made in the Chevy Malibu variety now. If your looking for a well priced new car, then I would recommend the Cutlass/Malibu. If your looking for a used car, then it might be worth buying the Honda or Toyota.

Similar Products Used:
Ford Contour-The Olds doesn't handle as well in spirited drives, but it out accelerates and beats it in every other category.
Plymouth Neon-Same as above except the differing quality of the product is even more obvious. You get what you pay for!



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