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Chronological Oldsmobile timeline catalogue. Catalogue of Oldsmobile models. Buick China. Cadillac China. Chevrolet Argentina. Chevrolet Brazil. Chevrolet Europe. Chevrolet South Africa. Chevrolet USA. Chevrolet Trucks USA. Other Oldsmobile models:. Oldsmobile 1gen Oldsmobile 2gen Oldsmobile 3gen Oldsmobile 4gen Oldsmobile 60 Series 2gen Oldsmobile 70 Series 2gen Oldsmobile 70 Series 3gen Oldsmobile 88 01gen Oldsmobile 88 02gen Oldsmobile 88 03gen Oldsmobile 88 04gen Oldsmobile 88 05gen Oldsmobile 88 06gen Oldsmobile 88 07gen Oldsmobile 88 08gen Oldsmobile 88 09gen Oldsmobile 88 10gen Oldsmobile 98 02gen Oldsmobile 98 03gen Oldsmobile 98 04gen Oldsmobile 98 05gen Oldsmobile 98 06gen Oldsmobile 98 07gen Oldsmobile 98 08gen Oldsmobile 98 09gen Oldsmobile 98 10gen Oldsmobile 98 11gen Oldsmobile 98 12gen Oldsmobile Achieva Oldsmobile Alero Oldsmobile Aurora 1gen Oldsmobile Aurora 2gen Oldsmobile Bravada 1gen Oldsmobile Bravada 2gen We often look to the early 's as a glorious time in automotive history for sports cars—just the right mix of old-school flavor, innovative technology, and modern conceits—but it was also the last golden age of the great American luxury barge.
Beginning in with the Buick Park Avenue, General Motors started a sweeping redesign across their brands to bring their sedans out of stagnation. They rounded off sharp edges, scaled the dimensions back up to boat status, and generally aimed for a level of updated class not seen in their cars the decade prior.
When the Oldsmobile 98 was redone in to coincide with the model's 50th anniversary, it was like a breath of fresh air compared to the stale outgoing model—it gained almost ten inches in length, completely new sheet metal, and a newly formal presence to match. MotorWeek had their hands on a Touring model, which did away with the standard front bench and horizontal speedometer in favor of bucket seats and a comprehensive gauge package, but the rest of the interior is pure early-nineties luxury.
Ribbed leather everywhere, miles of buttons on the dash, couch-like seats, and just a single airbag for the driver—if that combination doesn't take you right back to , nothing will. And poke fun if you want at the dated sensibilities, but John Davis is percent correct when he points out the 98 would make an excellent road trip candidate. Under the hood came the venerable Series I V6, one of the most bulletproof engines General Motors has ever produced. Regular maintenance will get it to , miles, and sometimes it doesn't even need that.
With only horsepower and a four-speed automatic to work with, the Oldsmobile 98 wasn't setting any performance records—but obviously, that's not the point. Still, it's amusing to watch the body dive and roll as MotorWeek does its standard slalom, avoidance, and high speed braking tests. He might have been an Oldsmobile man , but GM also endeavored to give the 98 a more premium feel, pricing it above both those siblings. At the end of the review, John Davis sums it up as a "fine example of a modern American luxury car," and expresses optimism that the model might even live to see its th anniversary.
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CarGurus has 11 nationwide Ninety-Eight listings and the tools to find you a great deal. Hello I have a oldsmobile 98 with the 3. I replaced the homonic balancer on my car and replaced the spark plugs and wires. The car now is jerking and cutting off going down the road.
I asking what could this be. Please help me figure this out before he spends lots of money on parts that have nothing wrong with them. Thank u Karma. I have a Oldsmobile 98 Regency Elite. The radio somewhat works, but it just comes through as static. Its missing a few fuses, but its still got power. Could someone give me a link to the fuse di I got a Oldsmobille 98 regency elite with the 3. My question is this. It randomly doesn't start but we checked the wires with a wirelight tester and I have power to the sta Dealer Signup.
Mechanically, the Fiesta had a special version of the Ninety-Eight engine which gained 5 horsepower to through manifold streamlining and compression increased from 8. A four speed Hydramatic automatic transmission and faster rear axle rato were designed to keep the pound shipping weight Fiesta more than a standard Ninety-Eight convertible up to Oldsmobile performance standards. Standard equipment for included bumper guards, electric clock, lined trunk, dual horns, cigarette lighter, chrome moldings, twin interior sun visors, rear seat robe rails, special rear stainless steel trim, chrome window ventiplanes, windshield washer, and Deluxe steering wheel with horn ring.
In a padded safety dash also became standard on the Ninety-Eight. The Fiesta convertible would be gone the next year but its name would be resurrected in for Oldsmobile station wagons. In , Oldsmobiles were redesigned across the line, with a three body style Ninety-Eight series at the top.
Convertibles were called the Starfire , after the previous year's Starfire dream car. A slightly higher horsepower cu in 5. Standard Ninety-Eight equipment included bumper guards, rubber simulated carpets front and rear, electric clock, lined trunk, dual horns, cigarette lighter, aluminum door sill plates, turn signals, chrome rocker panel moldings, deck lid ornament, foam rubber seat cushions, padded dash,  parking brake light, courtesy light package, stainless steel wheel discs, windshield washer, and Deluxe steering wheel with horn ring.
Upholstery choices were nylon and leather, in a variety of colors. A slightly modified Holiday Coupe was used as a press car during the final Carrera Panamericana in Air conditioning was provided by Frigidaire optionally on sedans and hardtops, which consisted of a self contained unit that was retrofited at the customers request. In the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight again had a longer wheelbase than the Standard equipment included turn signals, bumper guards, stainless steel molfings, dual horns, cigarette lighter, front and rear floor mats, inside rearview mirror, foam rubber seat cushions, stainless steel rocker panel moldings, front seatback robe cord, spun glass hood insulation, rear window ventiplanes, electric clock, stainless steel wheel discs, custom cushion lounge seats front and rear, hand brake light, courtesy light package, padded dash, Deluxe steering wheel with horn ring, and windshield washer.
Upholstery choices were covert and pattern cloth, leather and pattern cloth, leather and nylon, and leather and dimple leather. The optional air conditioning unit was moved to the engine bay instead of the trunk. Perhaps because of the popularity of the new 4-door hardtop body style total Ninety-Eight sales set a new record of , Again in the top of the line Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight series had an exclusive Power came from the horsepower Rocket V8 shared with the Super Standard equipment included armrests, bumper guards, lined trunk, rotary door latches, dual horns, cigarette lighter, turn signals, rubber floor mats, aluminum door sill plates, sun visors, front and rear carpeting, foam rubber seat cushions, courtesy lights, front fender medallions, deck lid "Ninety-Eight " script, back-up light moldings, electric clock, Jetaway Hydramatic Drive, padded dash, power steering, windshield washers and Deluxe steering wheel.
Upholstery choices were pattern cloth and leather in a variety of colors and combinations. Royal , Goodrich , or Firestone. The parking brake was now a foot pedal. The Oldsmobile line underwent a sweeping reengineering in , with a 3-piece rear window making a reappearance on some models. Once again the 4-door 98s were at the top, this year officially titled Starfire Upholstery choices included a variety of cloth, Morocceen vinyl , and leather.
Standard tire size was 9. The standard engine was now the cu in 6. A major styling change was seen in The Ninety-Eight series again had its own exclusive wheelbase of Standard series equipment included four headlights, oil filter, turn signals, printed circuit instrument cluster, aluminum anodized grille, padded dash, foam rubber padded seat cushions, courtesy lights, parking brake light, special side moldings, chrome rocker panel moldings, Jetaway Hydramatic transmission, power steering and brakes, dual exhaust, electric clock, color accented wheel discs, and chrome wheel frames.
Interiors could be ordered in a variety of colored leathers, cloth, and Morocceen vinyl. Standard tires were 8. Air suspension was added as an option. For , the Oldsmobile line-up was completely redesigned. Oldsmobile stayed with its top series format by offering four body styles on an exclusive For and only, the hardtop body styles were dubbed " Holiday SceniCoupe " and " Holiday SportSedan " respectively, while the convertible continued the traditional "Convertible Coupe" moniker.
Each body style had a distinctive greenhouse , shared with other GM cars. The 4-door sedan had six side windows and a sloping roof; the 2-door hardtop had a very large rear window and thin pillars; the 4-door hardtop sported a "floating roof" look, with a large wrap-around rear window. Standard equipment included oil filter, turn signals, air scoop brakes, Safety spectrum speedometer, rocker panel moldings, special emblems, parking brake light, sponge vinyl headliner, deep twist carpeting, electric clock, wheel trim moldings, power steering, power brakes, and Jetaway Hydramatic Drive.
Interiors were selected from leather, Morocceen vinyl, or cloth in different colors. The cu in 6. In , once again the top of the line Oldsmobile series was the Ninety-Eight. Oldsmobile cars were completely restyled, while keeping the underlying structure and rooflines of the models. All four body styles were carried over, and the four-door sedan was renamed "Celebrity Sedan"—a designation used only one year on the Ninety-Eight, but that was continued on 88 sedans up to Standard equipment included Safety-vee steering wheel, turn signals, air scoop brakes, electric windshield wipers, safety-spectrum speedometer, carpets with rubber inserts, padded dash, courtesy lamps, wheel trim rings, Star-lite headliner, two-speed windshield wipers, chrome roof side moldings, Jetaway Hydramatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, windshield washers, electric clock, and deep twist carpeting.
Upholstery was fabric, leather, or Morocceen vinyl in a variety of colors. An anti-spin rear axle was optional. For , and only, the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight was renamed Classic Ninety-Eight ; nevertheless, most factory literature refers to the line as the Ninety-Eight. The " Holiday Sedan " name was transferred to it, and the 4-door 4-window hardtop body style was instead called the " Sport Sedan ". This was the first time not all Oldsmobile hardtops were called Holidays. The sedan, which like in the two previous two years was a 6-window body style, was now called the " Town Sedan ".
Another peculiarity of the models was that, with the exception of the convertible, no 98 body styles shared its roofline with the Overall sales plunged from 59, to 43,, probably due to the introduction of the new Starfire series, the 98's low point following the production record set in Standard equipment included padded dash, Safety spectrum speedometer, floating propeller, air scoop brakes, two-speed windshield wipers, Safety-Vee steering wheel, parking brake lamp, courtesy lamps, oil filter, windshield washer, electric clock, Roto Hydramatic transmission, power steering and power brakes.
Upholstery was vinyl, cloth or leather. With the cu in 6. It was dubbed the "Skyrocket" from Unfortunately for loyal Oldsmobile customers, GM management on Woodward Avenue in Detroit were focusing on cost savings per vehicle by this time, a philosophy later called "less car for more money" by the s.
Replacing those time-tested four speed units was a much cheaper to build three speed unit, the Roto Hydramatic. This transmission had no front fluid coupling at all, and utilized a single "fill-and-dump" coupling to perform double duty as both a fluid coupling in third speed while having a third reaction member, which Olds called an "Accel-O-Rotor," which was actually a small stator, thus giving some limited torque multiplication in first.
In theory, the "Accel-O-Rotor" would provide the same multiplication range in first as both the first and second gears of the four speed unit without all the hardware It was also unique at that time, in that second speed was pure mechanical connection from engine to rear end The big problem with this unit in the Oldsmobiles and lower line Pontiacs of the same era was engine speed would race wildly in first, and then hit a "brick wall" of a very steep RPM decline in second, which was equivalent to third gear in the four speed Jetaway Hydramatic.
Customer complaints caused many dealers and independent transmission shops to wholesale replace the Roto Hydramatic in these cars with older or contemporary, from a Pontiac Star Chief or Bonneville HM four speed Hydramatic. The largest Oldsmobiles were again the Ninety-Eights. Five body styles were offered including three 4-doors plus an open and a closed 2-door. Ninety-Eights were well appointed with standard equipment including padded dash, guard beam frame, live rubber body cushions, coil springs, foam rubber seats, two-speed windshield wipers, parking brake lights, courtesy lamp package, special moldings, Roto Hydramatic, power brakes, power steering, power windows and power seat.
Interiors were leather, vinyl or cloth. Again, in , the top-of-the-line Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight had an exclusive A new body style was the Custom Sports Coupe hardtop. It was the only body style with the horsepower Starfire engine. The convention of naming all hardtops Holidays would not again return until Standard equipment included die-cast grille, deep pile carpeting, gallon fuel tank, full-flow oil filter, foam seat cushions, foot-operated parking brake, two-speed windshield wipers, special molding package, Deluxe steering wheel, map light, heavy duty air cleaner, courtesy lights, Roto Hydramatic, power brakes, power steering, special rocker panel moldings, self-regulating electric clock, dual rear seat cigarette lighters and special headliner.
Malcolm X owned a Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight—black, 4-door, hardtop - it is on display in the north lobby of the Malcolm X College on the near west side of Chicago. In the top of the line Ninety-Eight series was offered in six body styles in 2-door, 4-door and convertible configurations.
Standard equipment included: Roto Hydramatic; power steering, brakes, windows and seats; windshield washer; special wheel discs; clock; courtesy and map lights and padded dash. Upholstery was a variety of colored cloth, vinyl and leather. Ninety-Eights were now built only in Lansing.
The Ninety-Eight was completely redesigned from the ground up along with other full-sized General Motors cars but retained the larger C-body shared with Cadillac and Buick Electra in contrast with the B-body used in the Oldsmobile The Ninety-Eight featured many of the lines found on 88s but with more squared off styling.
The exclusive Ninety-Eight wheelbase had five body styles. The Custom Sport Coupe was gone and the 4-door 6-window body styles were replaced with 4-door 4-window body styles. The Luxury Sedan was no longer a hardtop but featured a more luxurious interior along with more standard amenities than the Town Sedan such as power seats.
Most Ninety-Eight Luxury Sedans also had vinyl roofs, which were offered only in black that year. For the first time since all hardtops were once again called Holidays. Standard equipment included automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, power windows, clock, padded dash, foam padded seats, parking brake light, Deluxe steering wheel, special wheel covers, windshield washer and two-speed electric wipers, courtesy and glovebox lamps, and front seat belts.
A new three-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission with torque converter replaced the dismal three speed Roto Hydramatic that Oldsmobile had been using for the last three model years. Along with the transmission and redesigned platform, the engine was also new for It was a cu in 7.
The Ninety-Eight's standard and only engine offering for was the four-barrel "Ultra High Compression" version of the Super Rocket rated at horsepower kW. Ninety-Eights were built only in Lansing. Between and Oldsmobile commissioned Cotner-Bevington to build professional cars , ambulances and hearses , using the large Ninety-Eight chassis. Ironically, during the '60's , the only Oldsmobile professionally made into a limousine was the smaller Toronado , known as the AQC Jetway Some luxury market buyers purchased either the Starfires or the new Toronados in but the Ninety-Eight remained the full-size top-of-the-line Oldsmobile.
Five models, including a trio of 4-doors were available. Standard equipment included: Turbo-Hydramatic transmission; power steering, brakes, windows and seats; special wheel covers; front and rear seat belts; carpeting; windshield washer and two-speed wipers; foam seat cushions; electric clock and special armrests on selected models.
Upholstery was cloth, vinyl and leather. Ninety-Eights were built in Lansing. In the sporty elegance of the Starfire was gone. The Ninety-Eight and the Toronado were now Oldsmobile's remaining top level luxury cars. There were five Ninety-Eight body styles available. Standard Ninety-Eight trim included: armrests, power brakes, dual cigarette lighters, electric clock, carpeting, lamp package, molding package, seat belts, power seats, power steering, Turbo-Hydramatic and power windows.
Upholstery was cloth, vinyl or leather. Ninety-Eight models were built in Lansing. The split grille appearance, which had been implemented in on the Cutlass and 88 series models appeared on the 98 series. In Oldsmobile continued to produce five well appointed Ninety-Eight body styles. Standard equipment included: dual master cylinder, four way flasher, energy-absorbing steering column, back-up lights, side marker lights, seat belts, cross-flow radiator, rear armrest ashtrays, power brakes, electric clock, special moldings, shoulder belts, Deluxe steering wheel, power steering, carpeted trunk and Turbo-Hydramatic transmission.
Engine displacement was increased to the Rocket cu in 7. Ninety-Eight production was in Lansing. It was the largest Oldsmobile product offered and now had a Six body styles were now available with a hardtop version of the Luxury Sedan added to the lineup. New to the Ninety-Eight series were a recessed padded instrument panel, anti-theft lock within the steering column, rear view mirror map light, mini-buckle seat belts, and deeply padded head restraints. Standard equipment included: power brakes, self-regulating electric clock, full carpeting, courtesy lamps, paint stripes, power seat adjuster, seat belts and shoulder harnasses, power steering, Deluxe steering wheel, power windows, Turbo-Hydramatic transmission, custom sport seat, foam padded front seat, and wheel discs hub caps.
The Ninety-Eight's standard engine was still the Rocket which required premium leaded gas. All Ninety-Eights were made in Lansing and had the code letter M. Some of the available options were a tilt-telescope steering wheel, instant horn, four season air conditioning with comfortron, tinted glass windshield, 6-way power seat, divided front seat with dual controls, power trunk release vacuum , power door locks, power front disc brakes , AM-FM stereo radio, rear seat speaker, stereo tape player 8-track , power operated antenna, door edge guards, cruise control, left outside remote control mirror, cornering lamps, anti-spin rear axle, vinyl roof , flo-thru ventilation, and safety sentinel.
Of the Ninety-Eight series, the 's were the only models to have an attached hood extension. After receiving numerous complaints from dealership mechanics about hitting their heads on the extension, Oldsmobile changed the style of the hood in , removing the extension, which resulted in a flat hood design.
In , the Ninety-Eights were the largest Oldsmobiles. They still shared the luxury side of Oldsmobile business with the Toronado. Standard equipment included: Turbo-Hydramatic transmission, power steering, power brakes with front discs, power windows, power seats, Deluxe steering wheel, electric clock and full wheel discs. Standard tire size was J Interiors were vinyl, cloth or leather. The length grew to Oldsmobile built its biggest full-size car in although wheelbase was unchanged from The Ninety-Eights were the roomiest Oldsmobiles ever built thanks to the new GM full-size bodies which, at The through Ninety-Eight was very similar to the Oldsmobile 88 which by now was called the "Delta 88" except the Ninety-Eight had a longer passenger compartment owing to its 3" longer wheelbase, and had rear Cadillac -esque tailfins to better differentiate between the two full-size models.
The standard cubic-inch Rocket V8 was rated at hp kW and designed to run on lower octane regular lead, low-lead or unleaded gasoline for the first time this year thanks to a General Motors -mandate that all engines be designed to run on such fuels in preparation for the catalytic converter equipped cars of and later years that absolutely required unleaded gasoline. Despite this, a few and Ninety Eights were released from this catalytic converter requirement in Canada and were given certification along with exemption from requiring unleaded gasoline.
V8s were progressively detuned as production wore on in line with tighter emission standards. Trunk mounted louvers for the flow through ventilation system were only found on models as in many other GM models of The louvers were moved to the doorjambs for models. From to , Oldsmobile's full-sized Custom Cruiser station wagon shared the The number of body styles was reduced to four for The convertible was gone as were the 4-door sedan body styles. A new body style was the Luxury Coupe.
For the first time ever all Oldsmobile Ninety-Eights were now hardtops , and for the first time since not all hardtops were called Holidays. Standard equipment included armrests, front and rear, power brakes with front discs, electric clock, carpeting, inside hood release, lamp package, power seat, power steering and Turbo-Hydramatic transmission. Interiors were vinyl, cloth and leather.
Ninety-Eights were built in both Linden and Lansing. Four body styles were offered in the Ninety-Eight series for Standard equipment included: Deluxe armrests, dual ashtrays, power brakes with front discs, electric clock, carpeting, interior hood release, remote control outside mirror, molding package, interior light package, windshield radio antenna, power seat, power steering, spare tire cover and Turbo-Hydramatic transmission.
A midyear version of the 4-door hardtop named the Regency was produced to commemorate Oldsmobile's 75th year as an automaker. For the first time in 17 years the Ninety-Eight set a new sales record of , In a five body style Ninety-Eight series was at the top end of the Oldsmobile line.
The 75th anniversary Regency 4-door hardtop continued, following its successful mid introduction. Standard equipment included: Deluxe armrests, dual ashtrays, power brakes with front discs, cigarette lighter, carpeting, inside hood release, dome light, molding package, windshield radio antenna, foam sheet cushions, power steering, Deluxe steering wheel, Turbo-Hydramatic transmission and wheel opening covers.
Standard tire size was L Upholstery was vinyl or cloth. The Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight set another record of , sold. The Ninety-Eight was now Oldsmobile's longest running series dating back to , and was still popular. Five models were offered with the Regency Coupe taking the place of the Luxury Coupe. Standard equipment included: power brakes with front discs, cigarette lighter, electric clock, interior hood release, lamp package, molding package, remote control outside mirror, windshield radio antenna, power steering, Deluxe steering wheel, spare tire cover, power windows, power seat and Turbo-Hydramatic transmission.
From to the Ninety-Eight reached a record length of It is also worth to note that Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight 4-door hardtop was the longest car with that body style sold that year, since the longer Lincoln Continental , Cadillac Sixty Special and Cadillac Series 75 were basically sedans and Lincoln Continental came only with one hardtop body style: the 2-door. Very few cars were so equipped. The number of Ninety-Eight body styles was reduced in Four were available consisting of coupes or 4-door hardtops in Luxury or Regency trim.
Two door models were no longer hardtops. Standard equipment included: power brakes with front discs, cigarette lighter, electric clock, electronic ignition, hood release, bumper impact strips, lamp package, CID engine, molding package, remote-controlled outside mirror, power seat, power windows, power steering, Deluxe steering wheel, chrome wheel discs and Turbo-Hydramatic transmission. In the Luxury and Regency editions of the full-size Ninety-Eights were offered, in 2-door coupes or 4-door hardtops.
A landau roof option for the coupe gave it a huge-looking opera window. Like the Custom Cruiser, Ninety-Eights had a dual section eggcrate-design grille, with new front end panel, front bumper, and wraparound horizontal parking lamps. Amber marker lenses aligned with the headlamps wrapped around the fender sides.
Separate clear cornering lamps had horizontal ribs. Vertical taillamps were decorated with a small emblem in each lens. Tiny back-up lamps stood alongside the license plate, on a panel that also contained small red lenses next to the tail lamps. Standard Ninety-Eight equipment included a CID Rocket V8 with 4-barrel carburetor, Turbo-Hydramatic, vari-ratio power steering, power brakes, power driver's seat, driver's door armrest control console, electronic message center, electric clock, fold-down center armrests, front ashtray, and JR78 x 15 blackwall steel-belted radials.
Rear fender skirts and bumper impact strips were also standard. A new 2. For the model year, the Limited Edition Regency was offered to commemorate Oldsmobile's 75th anniversary. Each Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight Regency was registered at Tiffany's and included the specially styled interior with black or covert gold "pillow effect" velour upholstery, and power split bench seat, in place of the power bench seat with a rear clock.
Tiffany touches include the Tiffany Gold paint an exclusive custom metallic color created especially for this car , the clock has also been specially styled by Tiffany's and bears a white Oldsmobile emblem above Tiffany's name on a golden face. Each Regency owner received a distinctive sterling silver key ring as a gift. If they were lost, the keys could be dropped in a mailbox, and Tiffany's would return them to the owner.
A total of 2, 75th anniversary Ninety-Eight Regency cars were built, all of them four-door hardtops. In the non-anniversary Regency stayed in the line up slotted just above the LS. The Regency package would remain available on the Ninety Eight through the model year when it would become a separate model nameplate.
The model was extensively redone and downsized, like the Delta The new models, at around pounds curb weight, were over pounds lighter, but headroom and rear seat legroom were increased compared to equivalent models. The Oldsmobile V8 was now the standard engine. The Ninety-Eight set a new sales record of , A four-door sedan and a two-door hardtop coupe were available. A diesel version of the was added in Beginning in , production of the Ninety-Eight was exclusive to Lansing as Linden Assembly was retooled to build the E-body cars.
Base LS models were available as sedans only, and the premium Regency model came as either a coupe or a sedan. A limited production top level Regency LX sedan was also offered for The Ninety-Eight was restyled for , along with the Delta That year, it gained a new cu in 5. The was dropped completely. The models received new exterior sheet metal, without drastically changing the look of the car. To improve aerodynamics and fuel economy the hood was sloped downward, while the trunk area was higher.
This also gave all models a heavier, more substantial appearance, while even slightly increasing interior and trunk space. The model year saw the introduction of Buick's cu in V6 as standard, as well as a new 4-speed THMR automatic transmission; the first standard 4-speed automatic since The gas engine was dropped that same year, completely replaced by the smaller A redesigned steering wheel and slightly revised instrument panel were also new that year.
While the model used a V6 engine, the model designation stayed as "Oldsmobile 98" instead of being called the "Oldsmobile 96". The traditional naming convention established in the late s used the second number as the number of cylinders. The models received a new grille but were otherwise unchanged.
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Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight appraisal values can range from $ - $2, Find out what your car is really worth in minutes. See your car's value. Detailed specs and features for the Used Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight including dimensions, horsepower, engine, capacity, fuel economy, transmission. The final generation of the Oldsmobile Ninety Eight coincided with its 50th anniversary in and had added length.