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Oldsmobile Alero background information
The Oldsmobile Alero was a model manufactured by the American automobile brand Oldsmobile from early 1998 to spring 2004, which was offered in Europe under the brand name Chevrolet (so-called badge engineering).
The Oldsmobile Alero was introduced in April 1998 as the successor to the Oldsmobile Achieva. The Alero was also the last new mid-size model under the Oldsmobile brand and also the last model to be sold under this brand name.
Production ended in April 2004.
The design of the Alero anticipated the Alero Alpha design study, which was shown at the motor show in 1997 as a futuristically styled sports coupé.
The production vehicle was available as a four-door sedan and as a two-door coupé with a four- or six-cylinder engine. It shared chassis and engines with the Pontiac Grand Am, Chevrolet Malibu and Oldsmobile Cutlass, as all models were based on General Motors’ N platform.
While the four-cylinder engine was available with both manual and automatic transmissions, the six-cylinder variant could only be purchased with an automatic transmission. The vehicles already have extensive comfort equipment as standard.
The Alero was marketed as the Chevrolet Alero in some European countries, but here it was only available as a sedan.
Alero production ended with the special series Final 500. These last 500 Aleros had special emblems whose design was based on historic Oldsmobile logos, dark red metallic paint and a plaque with a serial number.
The last Alero Final 500 was also the last Oldsmobile ever built and is now in the Ransom Eli Olds Transportation Museum.
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