Almost-New 2003 Oldsmobile Alero Up For Auction6
Made for the 1999 through 2004 model years, the Oldsmobile Alero was the last model that Oldsmobile produced prior to the brand’s dissolution. Now, this nearly new 2003 Oldsmobile Alero sedan is up for grabs in an online auction.
This particular model is a 2003 Oldsmobile Alero GX sedan, and it is located in Freeport, Pennsylvania. To note, the Alero nameplate was also available as a two-door coupe.
This single-owner car has accumulated roughly 2,400 miles in the two decades since it first rolled off the line at GM’s Lansing assembly plant in Michigan. With that in mind, it looks to be in pretty decent condition, with Ruby Red paint covering the body panels. In the corners, we see a set of 15-inch bolt-on wheel covers, with the rollers wrapped in 215/60R15 tires.
The interior is finished in a Pewter colorway, with gray for the center console, dash, and other components. Keeping it comfy is onboard air conditioning and cruise control, as well as a tilt steering wheel and reclining front bucket seats. There’s also a split-folding rear bench, while in-vehicle entertainment is handled by an AM/FM/CD stereo connected to six speakers.
Providing the motivation in this 2003 Oldsmobile Alero is the naturally aspirated 2.2L four-cylinder L61 Ecotec engine, rated at 140 horsepower and 150 pound-feet of torque. The four-banger mates to a four-speed automatic transmission, which drives the front wheels exclusively. Four-wheel independent suspension and a rack-and-pinion steering setup help with handling.
Now, this 2003 Oldsmobile Alero is listed for sale by cars & bids, with the current highest bid set at $5,000. So far, six bids have been placed. To note, the included window sticker indicates that this vehicle was originally priced at $18,395. The auction has four days left, as of this writing.
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Those were not factory wheel covers, correct? Sad if so.
Yes those appear to be the correct wheel covers.
I had a 2000 alero unfortunately it was the worst car I have ever owned a lot of issues just say
Base model. With used car prices up 30% this is the right time to get “big bucks” for this car.
Too bad. My mom had a ‘77 cutlass supreme with a 350, Nana had one as well. My grandfather had an burgundy 84 cutlass with the rally wheels, I thought that car was awesome as a youngster. I had gotten my uncles ‘70 442 w30 when I was in highschool In the late 90s then I sold it like a fool! I think the grave was dug for Olds around 1988. The end of the g body cutlass, custom cruiser, 88 and 98 regency and of course the 442. After ‘88 no more rear drive cars olds just blended in with the rest of the fwd GM lineup.
I had an 02 Alero, for 10 years. It was a dog of a car. That 2.2L was completely underpowered, so much in fact that getting anywhere near the advertised mpg for city even was hard to achieve. 0-60 in about 11 seconds. It was interesting because we also had a 2.2L Grand AM, that got to 60 in 2 seconds less… Factory freak I guess? The Alero finally kicked the bucket after 190,000 miles, when it started having issues getting into overdrive, which was basically all the time.
Numerous squaks and squeaks. Several times died in middle of the road due to the keypass system malfunctioning. Ate catalytic converters for breakfast.