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Free Car Owners Manuals - Oldsmobile Intrigue General Information

Free Car Owners Manuals - Oldsmobile Intrigue logoThe Oldsmobile Intrigue was a mid-size sedan manufactured from 1998 through 2002 next to the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. The Intrigue’s design cues were first seen in 1995 with the Oldsmobile Antares concept car. The Intrigue was the first casualty in the phase-out process of Oldsmobile. Upon the demise of the Oldsmobile division in 2004, it was replaced next to the new Buick LaCrosse (which was styled next to the same Designer that did the Intrigue) the following year, in 2005.

The Aurora-inspired Intrigue was created to compete more with Japanese automobiles, as well as replaced the aging Cutlass Supreme. It went into production on May 5, 1997. It was similar to a range of mid-sized sedans from other GM divisions, including the Buick Century, Buick Regal, Chevrolet Impala, Chevrolet Monte Carlo and the Pontiac Grand Prix. The Intrigue was available in three trim levels: base GX, mid-level GL, as well as high-end GLS.

All Intrigues were built at the GM Fairfax plant in Kansas City, Kansas, where the Grand Prix was also built (the Buick Century and Regal, as well as the Chevrolet Impala and Monte Carlo were all built in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada). For the 1999 model year, a new, sophisticated DOHC 3.5L “Shortstar” engine, a six-cylinder based on the GM Northstar V8, was introduced. On June 14, 2002, the final Intrigue rolled off the assembly line, as segment of the Final 500 Collectors Edition. The 3.5L engine became standard from 2000-2002, the Intrigue was the only W-body car GM had offered with the most standard engine power.

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