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Automotive State of the Art - 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By ws jones - November 22 - 2:26 am
Where else can you get sophisticated stability enhancement (Precision Control System), advanced telematics (OnStar System), 230 ft/lbs of torque, standard 4 wheel disc ABS brakes, Bose sound, dual zone auto climate contol with pollen filtration, patented oil life monitoring and tire pressure monitoring and hydroformed chassis elements for under 25000? And it comes with a 60 month/60000 mile no deductible warranty
98 Intrigue - 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By KC - November 20 - 10:00 am
A good car.
Great car - 2000 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By morin1 - November 12 - 8:39 pm
I purchased this car new and wish Olds was still around making them. Great handling and milage, looks nice and is very comfortable, love it. The only problem it had was several years ago freon leaked out...they found the leak and fixed it at a small cost. Very happy I purchased an Intrigue.
Best Car I've Owned - 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By KPDenny - November 9 - 10:00 am
I have owned seven cars since I have been driving. I must admint that thisis the most reliable and fun to drive vehicle that I have ever owned. It is botha sporty vehicle and a family vehicle. It has plent of room and power. I had been looking for a Ford Crown Victoria prior to seeing the Oldsmobile Intrigue. I found that the Intrigue had more power and was more fun to drive.
Solid Driver, Some Problems - 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By GeeWhiz - October 27 - 5:50 pm
Have owned this car for 2 years - purchased with around 50K miles - Runs Great Super 6 Cylinder engine is the strength of this car. Have had issues with Brakes, Front end suspension and Wheel bearings. Interior Build quality lacking Power Window/Lock switch Assembly loose on both front doors. Fit and finish of interior fair to poor. This car runs great - too bad Olds was shelved by GM - These cars at the time had better exterior styling than Buick or Saturn.
A Very Refined Performer All Around - 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By AMR - October 22 - 3:03 pm
This car was bought used, but was in such good condition that I could not pass the sale up. The Intrigue is stylish, comfortable, and an able performer (with the 3.5 DOHC V6). I really like the takeoff of the vehicle and the fuel economy; both are excellent. The interior design is not too bold, but it is stylish. The exterior was a departure from traditional "Oldsmobile boringness" and brought a sense of fresh air. The interior has great fit and finish and build quality is excellent; not a squeak or rattle even at nearly 50,000 miles! I would recommend this car to anyone who is looking for a comfortable high quality used vehicle.
My Favorite Car - 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By Rocketfxr - October 10 - 5:20 pm
I purchased a 1997 Olds Intrigue GL Basic with no bells and whistles back in 1999. It had been a former rental car with 23K miles, so it had been "well loved". I put over 120K on it myself. 3 years later I found another 1999 Intrigue GLS with low mileage, Leather interior, Bose Stereo, Power seats. I have put over 100K on this car. I had to replace the engine at and rebuild the transmission at 120K. It was worth the cost, the car is so nice to drive and it really moves! GM really messed up discontinueing this line.
A great sedan that has no future - 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By realyecat - October 8 - 2:00 am
What a pity that this model has no future. Combined with silky engine, smooth transmission, beatiful styling inside & out and great usable space, it's still the best family sedan GM has to offer. Significant body roll occurs when making quick turns, though.
The Best Car I Have Ever Owned - 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By Steve R. - October 4 - 10:46 pm
My wife and I leased a 1999 GL and when GM announced the phase out of the Intrigue in 2002 with the end of Olds, we had to buy one while we still could. We got the GLS fully loaded for about $25,000. After 8 years and closing in on 200,000 miles, (not a typo), it is the best car I have ever owned, hands down. Impressive pick up for a car of that size. The 3.5L V6 with regular maintenance is as durable as they come, and still purrs like a kitten. The optional "Precision Control System" gives the car great handling, especially around curves at higher speeds, and the ride comfort is very good for a sportier car. Still getting 24/28 mpg. A great car. Too bad GM couldn't sell more of them.
The Oldsmotrigue - 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue
By Mike - September 28 - 9:30 am
Well, it's official now, my car is 10 years Olds!! It has 128000miles on the odometer and the way it feels, it could take another 100000. I have the 3.8 version. I had a buick T-Type before with the same motor and I sold it with 145000miles on it. Since I have it I've had the regular maintenance and parts replace from wear and tear, nothing more. Since i'm young (early 30's) my generation is too familiar with keeping a vehicule or buying American for that matter, I always under pressure to change it for an Europeen model! But since this one is paid for and is running in good order I will keep it and perhaps get a BRAND NEW SPORTS CAR!! (pronouce like Bob Barker would) THE 2010 CHEVY CAMARO!