The Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser was a mid-size station wagon manufactured from 1978 through 1996. At first, it was built upon the rear-wheel drive A-body platform. As changes were made to the platforms, the Cruiser was also redesigned to accommodate the changes. The lower-trim Cutlass models, along with the A-body, were redesigned and as a result became front-wheel drive. At this point though, the Cutlass Cruiser remained rear-wheel drive, and was based upon the coveted G platform along with the Cutlass Supreme. By 1984, it was downsized to the Cutlass Ciera’s body, as it shared the front-wheel drive A platform with the very similar Buick Century, the Pontiac 6000 and the Chevrolet Celebrity. In terms of some specifics, from 1984-1988 its wheelbase was 104.5 inches, but when the GM A platform was updated for 1989, its wheelbase was increased to 104.9 inches.
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The Cutlass Cruiser, much like its siblings, proved to be a fairly cheap option for consumers. It was economical to get into and economical to operate. The engine choices ranged from a 2.5 L Iron Duke I4 engine all the way up to a 3.8 L V6. By 1990 through 1994, the Cutlass Cruiser was offered in two trim levels: the first being the S and the second being the SL. Later, in 1995, the S was dropped. This model was offered with many features including power windows, air conditioning, a cassette player and deluxe cloth. As a result, the 8-passenger Cutlass Cruiser sold well until its production ended.
It appears that consumers at the time were seeking a nice large automobile to tote the family to and from, and the Cruiser was just such a model. It was a solid performer for Oldsmobile at a time when they really needed it. In fact, Oldsmobile really had a nice run in the marketplace for some time until the brand took a nosedive as it refused to be innovative and fresh. For more information on the Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser go here. You can also receive instant vehicle shipping rates for the Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser using our online rate calculator.<< Back to Vehicle Index