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Oldsmobile: 0-60 & 1/4 Mile Times

YearMakeModelSub-Model0-60 Time1/4 MileModel Years
2004OldsmobileAleroGLS7.7-1999-2004
2003OldsmobileAleroGLS7.7-1999-2004
2003OldsmobileAurora4.0L7.515.31995-2003
2002OldsmobileAleroGLS7.716.11999-2004
2002OldsmobileBravada9.016.81991-2004
2001OldsmobileAurora4.0L7.615.91995-2003
2000OldsmobileAleroGLS7.6-1999-2004
1999OldsmobileAleroGLS Coupe7.916.51999-2004
1999OldsmobileAurora3.5L8.0-1995-2003
1998OldsmobileAurora3.5L9.517.51995-2003
1998OldsmobileIntrigueGL7.715.81998-2002
1997OldsmobileCutlassGLS9.016.61961-1999
1996OldsmobileBravada10.0-1991-2004
1996OldsmobileCutlass SupremeSupreme8.016.91966-1997
1995OldsmobileAurora3.5L8.016.31995-2003
1994OldsmobileEighty EightLS8.016.91949-1999
1994OldsmobileSilhouette9.717.21990-2004
1993OldsmobileCutlass SupremeConvertible8.516.61966-1997
1992OldsmobileAchieva8.3-1992-1998
1992OldsmobileAchievaSC7.315.91992-1998
1991OldsmobileBravada11.618.51991-2004
1991OldsmobileCutlass Calais442 W417.014.71985-1991
1991OldsmobileNinety-Eight9.016.91941-1996
1990OldsmobileCutlass Calais7.716.11985-1991
1990OldsmobileSilhouette11.618.41990-2004
1988OldsmobileCutlass Ciera9.117.01982-1996
The above 0 to 60 Mph and quarter mile times have been sourced from a combination of public publications, private testimonials and individual testing. Please keep in mind that there are a multitude of real world factors that can skew these results, including but not limited to: driver ability, pavement quality, tire quality, elevation, temperature, humidity at the testing site, and the quality of the recording device. Based on this, owners should expect their own vehicles to perform within a general acceptable range of these values.

 

Oldsmobile History:

Before being phased out in 2004, Oldsmobile had been America’s oldest automotive marquee. Named after its founder R.E. Olds, Oldsmobile was an amazing case study of a brand with unique and exceptional marketing at its heyday, and misguided direction that led to its eventual demise.

An innovative car company, Oldsmobile was responsible for a number of firsts, before and after its acquisition by General Motors. The first mass-produced car on an assembly line (often mistaken as a Ford first), this invention spurred the sale to GM in 1908. The first fully automatic transmission also came in an Oldsmobile, bringing to market the Hydramatic transmission in 1940. The brand’s most iconic invention for the performance market though, was the introduction of the “Rocket” V8. Unlike the flathead contemporaries of the time, the “rocket” used an overhead valve design, giving Oldsmobile some of the fastest cars on the 1950’s. The 1960’s saw a continuation of this performance innovation, with the first turbocharged engine in the 1960 Turbo Jetfire and the first front-wheel drive car in the 1966 Toronado. Most iconic off all its offering though is the 442, so named for its 4-barrel carb, 4-speed manual trans, and dual exhaust.

Oldsmobile rode the success of the 50’s & 60’s into record sales during the 70’s and early 80’s. By the mid 1980’s though many of the division specific engines had been replaced by Chevy powerplants, and many of the signature cars where replaced by rebadged models from other GM divisions. While this dilution did receive a slight reprieve in the mid-1990’s with the Aurora and Oldsmobile specific engines derived from the Cadillac “Northstar” architecture, the damage had already been done. Oldsmobile’s performance legacy can still be enjoyed though through its fine assortment of sports and muscle cars that are still on the road.

 

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