In fact, Ransom Olds was not only an inventor of cars, but he also created the world’s first moving car assembly line to mass-produce the very vehicle that was named after him.
Why Was Oldsmobile Discontinued?
In a world where money talks, that was ultimately what the deciding factor was in discontinuing the brand Oldsmobile. Steadily decreasing sales and a sever lack of profitability were the very reasons that GM decided to decommission production of the Oldsmobile line of vehicles.
Although there is still a quiet fanbase of Oldsmobile enthusiasts, not many of these vehicles exist anymore. Additionally, the ones that do are generally considered to be scrap cars.
This is where More Cash For Scrap comes in. We offer MORE cash for scrap cars than any other scrap car removal company in the Lower Mainland. If you’ve got an Oldsmobile of any age or condition that you want to sell or scrap, we’re the ones to talk to. We always pay MORE!
Most Common Oldsmobile Problems
Just like any vehicle on the market today, the Oldsmobile, though popular, wasn’t perfect. It had its share of issues across the years, and across various models. For many people who are still driving an Oldsmobile vehicle today, they have either experienced one of the following problems, or about to and don’t even know it yet. If you are having frequent or catastrophic issues with your Oldsmobile vehicle, talk to our scrap car removal team today. We always pay MORE cash for scrap cars than the other guys!
Having an engine overheat is something that many of us, if not all, have experienced or will experience at some point or another in our driving lives. However, some vehicles are more prone to overheating than others, and for a multitude of reasons.
The Oldsmobile Alero, Aurora, Intrigue, and Delta 88 were all known for experiencing engine issues. Overheating being the main one. This was primarily caused by a lack of coolant as all of these models were also known for having coolant leaks.
Another mechanical issue people experience with older vehicles is their engine inevitably failing. Older vehicles typically have a higher number of kilometres on them, and more driving time means more wear and tear on your engine.