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Oldsmobile 88



Generation 10



The Oldsmobile Eighty Eight was redesigned for 1992, following the redesign of the Ninety Eight the previous year. This would prove to be the last Eighty Eight or 88 model from Oldsmobile (along with its performance LSS and Regency models) before being discontinued in 1999 with the 2001 Aurora V6 as a replacement. The 3.8 L Buick V6 was still the only engine, but output increased to 170 hp (130 kW) and 220 ftlbf (300 Nm) of torque.

Oldsmobile 88


The Eighty-Eight's front and rear were restyled for 1996 to bear more resemblance to the flagship Aurora.

In the 1996 model year, GM renamed the model from Eighty Eight Royale to three models Eighty Eight, LSS (A "Luxury Sports Sedan" targeted to male European car buyers, available with a supercharged V6 and a floor mounted gear shifter). It is important to note, however, early LSS models (1995) were rarely equipped with the 3800 Supercharged engine. The LSS was an originally a trim level package on the 88 starting in 1992. In 1996 the LSS received Aurora-inspired seats. 1996 was the final year that the original-style rocket (in black and silver) appeared on a hood emblem. 1997 would welcome the new Oldsmobile logo on all Eighty-Eight trims except the Regency.

After the demise of the Ninety-Eight in 1996, Oldsmobile added the Regency to the 1997 and 1998 lineups, which used the same front fenders and chrome grille as the Ninety-Eight sedan but kept the standard Eighty-Eight body. The Regency featured a long list of standard features including traction control, leather upholstery, dual 8-way power seats with a driver's side memory function, a dual-zone automatic climate control system, and an electronic level control for the rear suspension. A standard driver's side Electrochromic outside mirror was standard on the Regency, a novel feature for its time. The interior day/night auto-dimming mirror was linked to the outside mirror and dimmed both with the same intensity at the same time. Some of these options, like the 2-driver memory feature, were not available on the Eighty-Eight Royale or LSS.

All four vehicles used the same 110.8 in (2,810 mm) wheelbase and shared an updated version of the H-body. The suspension tuning, interior appointments, and certain exterior trim was used to differentiate the three models.

Engines:

19921994 3.8 L (231 in) 3800 Series I V6, 170 hp (130 kW)
19951999 3.8 L (231 in) 3800 Series II V6, 205 hp (155 kW)
1995 3.8 L (231 in) supercharged 3800 Series I V6, 225 hp (170 kW)
19961999 3.8 L (231 in) supercharged 3800 Series II V6, 240 hp (190 kW)

From 1992 to 1999, the Eighty Eight was produced in Lake Orion, Michigan.

Year-to-year changes

1992: The redesign.
1993: Trunk mounted key cover emblem removed.

Oldsmobile 88

1994: The first facelift: Body colored grilles and less chrome on the taillight area.
1995: The 3.8L V6 engine was bumped from 170 hp (130 kW) to 205 hp (153 kW). It also gained an LSS trim, with the same 3.8L engine and had 225 hp (168 kW), and was rarely equipped with the 3800 Supercharged engine.
1996: The second facelift. All models were renamed from 88 Royale to two different models The Eighty Eight and the LSS (which migrated from an 88 Royale trim). The supercharged LSS engine was bumped from 225 hp (168 kW) to 240 hp (180 kW).
1997: An upscale, "fully loaded" version of the Eighty-Eight was introduced as the Oldsmobile Regency to satisfy previous Ninety-Eight buyers.
1998: All Oldsmobile Eighty Eight and LSS models (except for the Regency) changed badges from the '80s Oldsmobile "Rocket" logo to the 19972004 Oldsmobile "Rocket" logo. 1998 was the last year for the Regency.
1999: Last year for both Eighty Eight and LSS models. This was also the last Oldsmobile sedan to have 6-passenger seating as an option. The last Oldsmobile LSS was produced on September 23, 1998. The last Oldsmobile Eighty Eight 50th Anniversary Edition was manufactured on January 6, 1999.

Oldsmobile 88

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