Restraints and dummy kinematics Dummy movement wasn't well controlled. Standard fare including a driver's and daytime running lamps. The third generation was the only version offered in Canada. The interior styling was more appealing to the eye with less ridges and squares, much like the exterior. A new two-tone exterior dubbed the Platinum Edition was made available in 2000. This was the first Oldsmobile with a engine since the of 1976, and the only not to offer a V8 engine option.
This generation was phased out in 2001 to make way for the new Bravada. Find sources: — · · · · February 2019 Oldsmobile Bravada Overview Manufacturer Production 1990—2004 1991-1994 1996-2004 Assembly , , Body and chassis 4-door Powertrain 4-speed Chronology Successor The Oldsmobile Bravada is a front-engine, five-door manufactured and marketed by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors — across three generations and as a variant of the and. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. This rating applies to vehicles other than the specific model and body style tested. The front bucket seats were similar to those found on the.
A revised interior including dual airbags, heated seats, and a new front fascia which included the new inspired Oldsmobile logo. Like the and , it used the new 270 hp 201 kW. Also for '92, the Bravada's instrument panel was slightly modified to differ from its siblings. It was the first truck-based vehicle offered by Oldsmobile since the 1920s, and at that time was a -only vehicle. As with the previous generation, the Oldsmobile Bravada was available only in 4-door, 5-passenger configuration. An optional Gold package with gold exterior badging and special gold aluminum wheels was also new for '93.
The 1996 and 1997 models' body featured more rounded lines than their predecessor. Forces on the right tibia and acceleration on the right foot indicate that injuries to the lower leg and foot would be possible. Also, there was too much upward movement of the steering column. Its head hit the window sill, denting it, then hit the B-pillar. Rear view of Oldsmobile Bravada The 4. The Bravada entered at this time. The first generation 1991—1994 and second-generation 1996—2001 used the , and the third generation 2002-2004 used the.
The Bravada bodyshell was continued by its joint replacements, the 2004-2007 and the 2005-2009 - the latter of which remained in production until December 2008. Production of the Bravada ended with the demise of the marque in 2004. The last Bravada, the number 500, rolled off the assembly line on January 12, 2004. P Important: Frontal crash test ratings should be compared only among vehicles of similar weight. This article needs additional citations for. As the dummy moved into the airbag, its torso rolled off the bag toward the driver door. A sound system was added for 1999 and the fuel injection was updated in 2000, though output remained the same.
. Forces on the head when the dummy moved forward into the airbag indicate that injuries to the head would be possible. The third generation Bravada holds the distinction of being both the first truck introduced, as well as the last new Oldsmobile model. In 1997, 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes became standard and the rear spoiler was deleted. This version was produced through 1994. Injury measures Measures taken from the chest and left leg indicate low risk of injuries to these body regions in a crash of this severity. Side airbags none Wheelbase 107 in.
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