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What kind of engine does an Oldsmobile Bravada have?

What kind of engine does an Oldsmobile Bravada have?

of the 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada. Base trim shown. Body Type: Sport Utility See similar vehicles. Combined MPG: 18-19 Combined MPG. Engine: 270-hp, 4.2-liter I-6 (regular gas) Drivetrain: 4×2. Seating: 5 Seats. View more specs.

Is the 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada car tested?

The 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada has not been tested. Like what you see? Find the best deal on a Oldsmobile Bravada today. There are for sale near you. Certified child passenger safety technicians conduct hands-on tests of a car’s Latch system and check the vehicle’s ability to accommodate different types of car seats.

How many miles per gallon does a Bravada get?

The first generation Bravada with the 160 hp engine averaged United States Environmental Protection Agency city/highway 17 miles per US gallon (14 L/100 km; 20 mpg ‑imp)/22 miles per US gallon (11 L/100 km; 26 mpg ‑imp).

What’s the difference between Oldsmobile Bravada and trailblazer?

Unlike Chevrolet’s TrailBlazer, which has conventional coil springs, the Bravada has an electronically controlled air suspension that aims toward a cushier ride. New rack-and-pinion steering yields a 36.4-foot turning circle, claimed to be the tightest in the midsize SUV league. E… Show full review

The Bravada is available with only one choice of engine: a 190-horsepower, 4.3-liter V-6. This 12-valve engine is the same offered standard on many GM SUVs, including the GMC Envoy and the Chevrolet Blazer. An automatic transmission is standard.

What’s the difference between Chevy Blazer and Oldsmobile Bravada?

Oldsmobile takes a four-door Chevrolet Blazer/GMC Jimmy, loads it with comfort and convenience features, makes 4WD standard and calls it Bravada. Similar in concept to GMC’s luxury-oriented Envoy model, Bravada’s key difference is in its 4WD system.

How many seats does the Oldsmobile Bravada have?

It comes with front leather bucket seats. The rear bench seat splits 60/40 to provide flexible cargo space; with the rear seat up, the Bravada seats five. As one might expect from a high-end SUV, this model comes complete with all the convenience bells and whistles standard, including a HomeLink overhead transmitter.

Unlike its siblings, the Bravada was only offered with “Smart Trak” all-wheel drive, power equipment, body-colored bumpers and exterior trim (with lower body cladding which was body-colored, similar to the competitor Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited), and the 4.3 L W-code engine.

When did the Oldsmobile Bravada get disc brakes?

In 1997, 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes became standard and the rear spoiler was deleted. As with the previous generation, the Oldsmobile Bravada was available only in 4-door, 5-passenger configuration. Another refresh occurred in 1998, with the Bravada adopting Oldsmobile’s new (and final) version of the “rocket” emblem.

When did the last Oldsmobile Bravada roll off the line?

The last Bravada, the number 500, rolled off the assembly line on January 12, 2004. The closing of the last factory that manufactured the trucks was the subject of an emotional 2009 HBO documentary – “The Last Truck: Closing of a G.M. Plant”.

When did OnStar come out on Oldsmobile Bravada?

OnStar was available in 1999 as a cell phone unit, later becoming integrated into the rearview mirror in 2001 with available features like hands-free calling and virtual advisor. A Bose sound system was added to available options in 1999 and the fuel injection was updated in 2000, though output remained the same.

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