Even though its latest family sedan is all-new from the ground up, Oldsmobile continues to cling to the Cutlass nameplate, which dates back more than 35 years. Why keep it around? According to former General Manager John Rock, Cutlass is "still one of the best recognized car names in the industry."
The shape of the 1997 Cutlass GLS may also be familiar - at least to some Chevrolet owners. It is virtually identical to the new Malibu. Is the '97 Cutlass as good a value as its Chevy sibling? Read on.
He: I feel almost guilty saying this, but we've been driving a very nice family car with leather upholstery, standard features like air conditioning and antilock brakes, and a pretty decent V-6 engine... Read More