OLDSMOBILE Toronado 1986 - 1992
Toronado's final generation was produced between 1986 and 1992. Completely redesigned, the new vehicle had adopted some of the features that aided in the first Toronado's popularity increase, such as hidden headlights, a trait also previously shared by some Dodge Charger models. Engine range was reduced to 3.8 L V6 and transmission was upgraded to a 4-speed automatic. The vehicle was shrunk was more and the interior gained some extra luxury touches like new upholstery available with a choice of cloth or leather. No matter the changes made, The Toronado could not be saved from sales decline and production ceased in 1992.
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