The luxury of the Ninety-Eight, the good looks of the Cutlass, and the front wheel drive of Tornado
The starter had to be replaced, but the dealer replaced it for a low price.
The exhaust system had to be replaced, but it was real cheap. Got a lot of needed parts from old Buick Skyhawks and Pontiac J2000s.
The steering wheel is starting to crack.
This is a limited luxury version of the Firenza. It is a LS version! Power windows, power door locks, remote trunk release, power steering, a deluxe steering wheel, soft upholstery on feather soft seats, and the car handles like an eagle. It has all the nice features of my mother's Ninety-Eight Regency Brougham, without the 'fat.'
I can't say enough good things about the Firenza.
I love its it's good looks, and I just love that blue rag-top. You see the dealer installed a Blue simulated convertible top and it has held up to the elements.
I also like the fact that it is so rust proof, even in Maine!
The Firenza is the ideal mix of Oldsmobiles, the luxury of the Ninety-Eight, the good looks of the Cutlass, and the front wheel drive of the Tornado.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th July, 2001