Oldsmobile was the longest-running auto brand in the US, existing for 96 years as a General Motors car line. Americans came to depend on Olds and its solid lineup of large, luxurious sedans and coupes. The Alero small car was the brand's final model. The Intrigue midsize car provided standard family transportation. The Bravada was an upscale version of the Chevy TrailBlazer. GM phased out the Oldsmobile brand in 2004, but many of these cars are still on the road. That will still be the case for many more years, as Olds owners choose Get All Parts and our thousands of stocked original equipment, aftermarket Oldsmobile parts and accessories at less than dealer prices, including a free five-year limited warranty.
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Ransom Olds started his auto company in 1897, and after his departure General Motors purchased the company in 1908. Oldsmobile had already achieved a status as the best-selling car in the US, manufactured on the world’s first assembly line.
For many decades GM positioned Oldsmobiles midway between Chevrolet and Pontiac, creating large sedans and coupes with opulent chrome and sweeping grilles. But entering the 1960s, Olds began offering leaner models and muscle cars, including the famous 442. Oldsmobile cars reached their peak of popularity in the 1970s with the Cutlass and its Rocket V8 engine, becoming the number-three selling brand in America. The Cutlass Supreme and 98 sedan were more affordable luxury cars compared to Cadillacs and Chryslers.
As America dealt with the fuel crisis in the 70s and drivers flocked to more economical imported cars, GM struggled to maintain a market niche for Oldsmobile. The brand saw brief revivals in the 1980s, and especially in the 1990s as GM completely updated the Olds model lineup, though most, if not all of them, being versions of Chevys or Buicks. In December 2000 GM officially announced its plans to eliminate the Oldsmobile brand. The final Olds was assembled in April 2004.