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1991 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 4 Dr Regency Elite Sedan Review
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By Far, This Is The Best Car I Have Ever Owned. If You Can Find A Babyed One - Buy It. — Excellent car, great performance, build and appearance. Current mileage is 153,000. City MPH is 16 to 18, hwy 26 to 30. It drives as good as or better than Cadillacs i have owned or driven. An all out 10. Wish they still made them.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great style, ride and fun to drive

Cons: None

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1991 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 4 Dr Regency Elite Sedan Review
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1991 Oldsmobile Ninety-eight 4 Dr Regency Elite Sedan — It's a great car, especially for a '91. It's got a lot of cool gadgets, which is a plus. Gas mileage isn't great, but it's a very smooth ride. Leather seats, tinted windows, and very comfortable. A very solid, safe ride though.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Big, comfortable, rides smoothly.

Cons: MPG

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1991 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 4 Dr Regency Elite Sedan Review
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Olds 98 Review — The overall performance of the vehicle is outstanding. the 3800 engine runs smooth throughout any situation. this is an excellent car for those family trips and has a very smooth ride. as far as build quality goes, it's built like a tank....very few problems, even after a few....minor....collisions.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: too many to count

Cons: none that I could see.

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1991 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 4 Dr Regency Elite Sedan Review
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Was Brilliant While It Lasted — I sort of assumed ownership of this car after my mom no longer needed it. It was great - a ticket to freedom and independence, and it seated four friends with ease. I really miss it. On the down side, it had been sitting unused at my grand uncle's for many years. That's one of the worst things you can do to a car, and some critical parts on the underside were beginning to rust out by the time I came along. Eventually the control arm gave and it wasn't worth fixing, because the other parts a new arm would be attached to were also well rusted. Also, the brakes were remarkably inadequate for a car of this size and I had one accident with it.

Pros: Big, beautiful, comfortable, lots of gadgets

Cons: Poor brakes

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1991 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 4 Dr Regency Elite Sedan Review
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The Olds — Car is in fairly descent overall condition. The outside of the car looks pretty close to new and holds a great shine. The interior needs new carpet and a new glovebox lid, but is otherwise alright. Gas mileage is abysmal, but thats to be expected from a 2 ton car. Pickup leans toward the terrible side and the brakes and suspension may as well not even exist. But the car is part of my family and I love it.

Pros: space, exhaust system, trunk size, comfortable seats

Cons: acceleration, brakes/suspension, controls are hard to get used to.

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1996 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Reviews

It Gets From A To B By racko24

runs good. tranny shifts hard. its reliable and gets me from work to home everyday. a little noisy because of harmonic balancer. clunking goes away when you get into a higher gear. its nice on the ins... Read More

Ok To Get Around In, Just Avoid Being Seen By Evan

it's solid, thats about it, easy to maintain, good power if you need it, they'll drive forever, they were expensive when they came out but you can get them pretty cheap now. I would never recommend... Read More

1995 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Reviews

Mark's 1995 "coldsmobile" Oldsmobile 98 Regency-elite By Mark

This car was GREAT when I first got it, except for the fact that the front right tire came off the car while going down the freeway on the way home from some volleyball camp (I wasn't driving) and eve... Read More

A Nice Premium Luxury Sedan By msvalmed

It´s a full size car with a powerful mid size engine, the car is well built and luxury is the greatest deal in this car. Read More

1994 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Reviews

Alpaca By JD

This car is a beauty especially if you like olds. She doesnt have much performanmce especially in the acceleration area, but i still love her, and i have gotten her up to 110 (dont ask how ;) She ca... Read More

1993 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Reviews

Behemoth! By Jason

Performance is better than any other car i've had, with not too bad fuel economy to boot! It is ugly as sin for sure though but you just can't beat heated leather seats! And it has a sun roof with a h... Read More

Large Adn Comfortable By chiefe7

I love this car it is confortable fun to drive and the car does not beat you to death on long trips I get about 17 mpg in town and 24 on the highway. No more than normal repairs, brakes, sway bar link... Read More

1992 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Reviews

I'd Buy Another One By Paul

I got the car for a very good price, I bought it because of the mileage. It has turned out to be a great car. The L24 3800 has some power, and the car is very comfortable. I can get 32 MPG on the high... Read More

The Land Yacht - 1992 Olds 98 By Jeff

I owned the car at the end of its life, there were lots of little problems with all of the electronic gadgets. It rode like a cloud if there were no bumps, got great gas mileage, and started every tim... Read More

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