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1995 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme (5 Reviews)
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We bought my son a 1995 Olds Cutlass Supreme. We have put about 2 thousands of dollars fixing it up. On the 4th of July my son was going to his friends house in town, Thank God, when the driver's airbag blew. He was going about 30 mph on a straight paved road. When the airbag blew there was no steering or brakes. The car ran up the curb and stopped. My son was slighted bruised and sore but otherwise ok. I investigated on line and found defective airbags. I called GM looking into getting the defective airbag replaced. They went into a lengthy investigation. After 30 or 40 days later they contacted me to tell they couldn't replace the airbag because the computer attached to it was defective and was not longer made. They did offer to buy it for $800.00 ( paid $2800.00 a year and half before this). I have tried to find a lawyer to help me with this unjust problem but no one will take it. So once again the Big business with all the money wins. If you have a 1995 Olds Cutlass Supreme DON'T take it on the highway. We WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER GM PRODUCT AGAIN. Built in the USA doesn't me squat to me anymore. PS the one star rating is too generous because we have replaced the brakes, the exhaust, the air conditioner, the tie rods,theshocks,and the struts BEFORE the airbag blew, but there wasn't a - star.
Has 133,000 miles. Wish I would have junked it at 120,000. From 120,000 to 133,000 replaced, broken rear shocks (one snapped off), transmission valve body reassembled, calipers (one front and one rear disc), intake manifold gasket, water pump, headlamp, maf sensor, cracked aluminum wheel, windshield, tires, brakes, wipers, driver side power window switch, alignment....
My wife was T-Boned twice on the driver side about 6 years ago in 2005 on the driver side. Besides a few dents and a bent strut the car still drives good and we still drive back and fourth from Montana and Washington all the time.
Had for 16 years & only need an alternator once - will keep for a long time! Other than that NO problems for 15 years!
Overall good car