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Ehhhh not bad...
by OldsMolds from Findlay, OH | October 6, 2011
The car is good for 10-15 years. Not the greatest on gas but not horrible either. But then everything fails at once at a big money drainer butttttt................great derby car:)
My first car is a 1994 Oldsmobile 88, it's reliable, very comfortable, and roomy. It has a amazing stock sound system and a very spacious trunck. It weighs more than most cars but handles beautifuly. My only complaint is gas mileage could be beter. Overall a great car.
my oldsmobile 88 is a descent car, gets up and go but the factory could have made the interior better than what it is and not as cheap but other than that its a good running car and the motor lasts forever if you keep up the maintnance.