Used 1999 Oldsmobile Values

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(Model years 2004 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
Completely redesigned in 1992 and a styling refresh in 1996, the full-sized sedan 1999 Oldsmobile 88 presents a strong premium into its final year of production which happens also to be the car's 50th anniversary.
Coming in either a two-door or four-door variety, the brand new entry-level 1999 Oldsmobile Alero standard traction control and four-wheel disc brakes provides some impressive handling credentials to a compact car category.
A space-aged design, V-8 powered, full-sized sedan, the 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora continues as a modern and charming front-wheel drive premium car.
A premium appointed sport utility vehicle with standard V-6 power and four-wheel drive, interior changes to the 1999 Oldsmobile Bravada shows off an extensive upgrade.
Carrying on a long motoring tradition involving the name Cutlass, the well-equipped, V-6 powered 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass role as the mid-sized vehicle will end this model year.
Borrowing inspiration from the Oldsmobile Aurora design for introducing the Oldsmobile Intrigue last year, the Intrigue powers into the 1999 model year with most notably a new 3.5 liter V-6 powerplant.
Sharing much of the exterior appearance of the Oldsmobile 88, the 1999 Oldsmobile LSS incorporates equipment to project a more sports sedan image including an optional supercharged powerplant.
Positioned as a lavishly-appointed example of a family hauling minivan, the 1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette now features the option of a new Premiere edition.

Oldsmobile Book Values: 2004 and older Oldsmobile models include the Alero, Bravada, Aurora, Intrigue and Silhouette. 2003 Oldsmobile book values range according to trim and engine-sizes, while Classic Oldsmobiles prices range by model (e.g., Delta 88, Vista Cruiser,  Cutlass, F-85). You'll still see the 2002 Olds Intrigue on the road, along with the Oldsmobile Alero coupe. Oldsmobile is still a division of General Motors, and Oldsmobile was founded in 1897 by Ransom E. Olds as a luxury car division -- originally called Olds Automobiles.