The Oldsmobile Omega is a compact car that was manufactured and sold from 1973 through 1984 by Oldsmobile. The name omega was used to imply the last, the end, or the ultimate limit of a set, in contrast to alpha, the first letter of the Greek alphabet. There were two generations of Omegas, both badge-engineered Chevrolet models, and both using the GM X platform architecture: 1973–1979 - rear-wheel-drive, related to the Chevrolet Nova & 1980–1984 - front-wheel-drive, related to the Chevrolet Citation. The Omega was one of 3 X-body Chevrolet Nova clones introduced in 1973. The X-body Omega, like its sister vehicles (the Chevrolet Citation, Pontiac Phoenix and Buick Skylark, proved fairly trouble-prone early on, necessitating an astounding number of government-mandated recalls for braking problems, fluid leaks and suspension issues. While Omega was the only one of the four X-cars to sell better in 1981 than in 1980 (147,918 versus 134,323), starting in 1982, production fell dramatically. Only 77,469 Omegas were built in '82, with 53,926 in 1983 and 52,986 in swan-song 1984.For 1985, the Omega was replaced by the N-body Calais.
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