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    1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass SupremeReview

    Who Could Hate A Two Door Oldsmobile With A Red Interior? — Since the car is getting older, it always seems to have something wrong with it, however, these are little things. It has only left me stranded once, when it had a gas leak. The interior is what makes the car; its comfortable and it looks great, except for the sagging ceiling.

    Pros: Coolness, comfort, smell.

    Cons: Always leaking something, never quite at full performance.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Reviews

    Overall This Was A Great First Car To Own And I Plan On Keeping It For A Long Time. By Joseph

    This car has terrific acceleration and excellent handling which makes it very fun to drive. The build quaily is not the best. I have owned the car for 3 years and have needed to replace the water pump... Read More

    Its Pink! By Katie

    performance wise, i would say my car is a piece...the build quality is pretty amazing, the love of my life built this car from the ground up practically..the car itself is pretty solid, drives smooth,... Read More

    1996 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Reviews

    Loved It By Erin151

    i did love this car very much i no longer own it though but it was one of the most awesome cars i had and i miss it dearly! Everything ran awesome on it and it had a orignal color on it, the interio... Read More

    Head Turner By dominickdenava

    I like this car for a couple reasons, one being the torque, itll slam you in your seat. its rack n pinion steering gives it incredible handling, its decent 225 tires let it grip, as does the firm susp... Read More

    1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Reviews

    Love This Car Inside And Out. The Style, Ride,size,power And Fuel Economy Are All A Plus By karg74

    although ive had transmission issues at 65,000 miles and had the current trans rebuilt back then, car currently only has 118,000 now and i'm experiencing transmission issues again. Im hoping it is som... Read More

    Amazing Durinf The Summer By Felipe

    nice car to cruise, around in the beach every summer drive over there with the top down getting a nice tan on your face, the performance of the cari sno very fast at first bu after it gets speed ther... Read More

    1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Reviews

    The Nomad By Sonny

    loved this car, good commuter. spacy, good cargo area and had plenty of room in the front back and trunk. had cruise control, powered seats. the car had very little blind spots, made very easy to driv... Read More

    Bad Engineering. Insane Turn Radius. By justinander916

    This is my first car, and i really like driving it. The only thing i dread is parking the thing. I would compare it to driving a limo. It has the turn radius of a bus, and it makes parking hard. The c... Read More

    1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Reviews

    Great 1st Car By professortemple

    Bought this as my first car back in 2005 because it was cheap and the guy thought it needed brakes - just needed a slight adjustment and they were fine - Bought with 76,000 miles. First year had no pr... Read More

    The Greatest American Convertible By arizlang

    This car has four adult person capacity and classic lines for a sleek look on the streets and highways. Top Up or Down and it just always looks Fantastic. I wish they still made them or more replaceme... Read More

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