1985 Oldsmobile Delta 88 royale brougham luxury sedan 307 V8 from North America
The best ever
Not to much has gone wrong with the car since I have owned it. the seat was broken however so I had to manually adjust the drivers seat to fit my height. the radiator I had to replace since the car sat for about 2 years without being driven. shocks need to be replaced after 20 years and 84000 miles. is that something I should put under wrong?
I love this car, its like riding on air and I can race with the best of them. I wish they made more cars like this instead of todays crappy front wheel drive garbage cars.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 20th June, 2005
21st Jun 2005, 07:17
Rear wheel drive is making a comeback, at least in larger cars, and those who aspire to sportiness.
With traction-control systems that are more sophisticated than the old limited-slip differential, the lack of traction on ice/snow and other slippery surfaces is not as much of a concern with a rear-drive vehicle like it used to be.
Although, GM seems to still be staying with front wheel drive for now even on its upcoming new models.