Oldsmobile Alero 2003 posters

Oldsmobile Alero

Introduced in spring 1998 as a 1999 model, the Oldsmobile Alero was created to replace the Achieva and Cutlass. The Alero went into production on April 6, 1998 in Lansing, Michigan and was the last vehicle sold under the brand name. It was also Oldsmobile's last compact car before production ended on April 29, 2004.


The design of the Alero was previewed in 1997 in the Alero Alpha concept car, a V6-powered sport coupe with many production design elements and future-looking features. The Alero was made available in two body styles: 2-door coupe and 4-door sedan. It was also part of GM N platform. On the 2003 model, the daytime running lights changed from high-beam to low-beam.

The Alero was also released in select European countries as the Chevrolet Alero. Despite being sold under the Chevrolet brand, it still had its Oldsmobile badges due to unfamiliarity with the Oldsmobile name. The Toronado was released similarly. In the last production year, the Alero had its Final 500 Edition. These 500 cars featured custom graphics, dark cherry metallic paint, and a plate with the car's number out of 500.

The final Alero, Final 500 Edition (#500 of 500), was the last-ever Oldsmobile and was signed by the employees of the General Motors Lansing plant before being given to the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum.

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