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On this day: 04-29-2004

Oldsmobile would be no longer

In 1897, Ransom E. Olds (1864-1950), an Ohio-born engine maker, founded the Olds Motor Vehicle Company in Lansing. In 1901, the company, then known as Olds Motor Works, debuted the Curved Dash Oldsmobile, a gas-powered, open-carriage vehicle named for its curved front footboard. More than 400 of these vehicles were sold during the first year, at a price of $650 each (around $17,000 in today´s dollars).The last Oldsmobile came off the assembly line at the Lansing Car Assembly plant in Michigan, signaling the end of the 106-year-old automotive brand, America´s oldest.

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Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2011MiniCooper S Countryman All47.00015.700Car & Driver
2011MiniCooper8.00016.400Car & Driver
2010MiniCooper Convertible10.50017.900Car & Driver
2010MiniCooper Clubman jcw5.70014.300Motor Trend
2009MiniJohn Cooper Works6.00014.400Road & Track
2009MiniCooper Convertible10.10017.600motorweek.org
2009MiniJohn Cooper Works6.50014.800motorweek.org
2008MiniCooper S Clubman6.80015.300Road & Track
2008MiniCooper S6.40015.000Road & Track
2007Mini Cooper S7.70015.900Road and Track
Yearmakemodel0-601/4 mileComment
2007Mini Cooper S JCW6.30014.900Road and Track
2007MiniCooper S6.40015.000Road & Track
2007MiniCooper9.10016.900Road & Track
2005MiniCooper S Convertible6.60015.200(C&D June 05)
2004MiniCooper S 6-speed Manual7.20015.300(MT Oct 04)
2003MiniCooper Manual8.30016.600(C&D July 02)
2003MiniCooper S Manual7.20015.300(MT April 04)
2003MiniCooper S John Cooper Works6.20014.500(MT April 04)
2002MiniCooper S7.00015.500motorweek.org
2002MiniCooper8.10016.400motorweek.org