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Oldsmobile 98 background information
The Oldsmobile 98 was a car built from 1940 to 1996 by Oldsmobile, a General Motors marque (1897–2004). Throughout this period, the 98 was Oldsmobile’s top-of-the-line model, equal in size and prestige to sister-brand Buick’s luxury model and, along with the Buick Electra, surpassed only by luxury-brand Cadillac’s models.
In this long time there were a number of model generations, with which the car was adapted to public taste and market requirements. Notable were the model changes of 1948, when the 98 got a pontoon-style body and a V8 engine, and 1984, when the car was converted to front-wheel drive and a V6 engine.
Oldsmobile made a final attempt to save the Ninety-Eight model in 1990. While retaining the technical design of its predecessor, it received a new body that was slightly larger and was only available as a four-door sedan. The offered 3.8-liter engine made 170 bhp (125 kW) at 4800 rpm. This model was not really successful either. In 1994 the Aurora model appeared, which was designed in a much more modern way and was intended to help the brand regain a more youthful and dynamic image.
In 1995 there was the Ninety-Eight with an even more powerful engine, which had an unchanged displacement of 205 bhp (151 kW) at 5200 rpm. delivered. On request, this engine was also available with a turbocharger and made 225 bhp (165 kW) at 5000 rpm in this version. In the last year of production, the turbo version was no longer offered.
From 1997, the Aurora served as the successor to the Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight.
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