Oldsmobile used to be one of General Motors’ subsidiaries, which became defunct in 2004 due to recession of demand during 1990s despite the fact that Bravada, the last model of SUV by Oldsmobile that came out in 2000s, became pretty popular. Oldsmobile had been producing cars for over 100 years since 1897 till April of 2004 however market is tough and doesn’t spare any weaknesses, so it was inevitable. Throughout the company’s history it produced several dozens of various car models and modifications that used to be pretty popular among people living in the United States on the peak of Oldsmobile’s success. Nowadays General Motors is glad to offer you a wide range of vehicles of different technical specification, trims, equipment and so on. Instead of Oldsmobile cars now you can choose from Cadillac luxury vehicles, GMC, Buick and Chevrolet and I’m pretty sure that they’ll be able to find you something that will replace you any Oldsmobile car model. New cars go faster, consume less, look more attractive and last longer, so there is no reason to get upset because of the fact that Oldsmobile aren’t produced any longer. So, go ahead and explore the world of contemporary art of vehicle manufacturing.