Oldsmobile Alero GL 2002 posters

Oldsmobile Alero GL

The Oldsmobile Alero was a compact car launched in 1998, replacing the Achieva and Cutlass models. All Aleros were assembled in Lansing, Michigan, and marked the last vehicle from Oldsmobile. The last Alero rolled off the production line on April 29, 2004. History The design of the Alero was first glimpsed in the 1997 Alero Alpha concept car. The Alero was available as a four-door sedan and two-door coupé, built on the GM N platform. The Alero also had a European counterpart – the Chevrolet Alero – though only as a sedan. The car still featured Oldsmobile badges, even though marketed under Chevrolet's name. In 2003, the Alero gained low-beam daytime running lights instead of high-beam. To mark the end of production, 500 limited-edition Aleros were made. These sported vintage Oldsmobile logos, a dark cherry metallic paint, and numbered plates. The final Alero, number 500, was signed by the employees of the Lansing plant and gifted to the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum.

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