SOLD The wife and I picked up a Chevy Trailblazer this week as a family vehicle and, because we have NO WHERE to park our Alero and I don't much feel like insuring three cages when two of them are hardly used, the Alero is now up for sale. Asking Price is $3400 which coincides with NADA and Kelly Blue Book private party listings. 1999 Oldsmobile Alero -- Runs Great 4 door GL Trim Level Power Windows Power Locks Cruise Control Tilt Steering Wheel Dual Front Air Bags Air Conditioning (Works Fantastic - Very Cold) AM/FM Cassette/CD Light Blue Exterior (one ding - shown in pictures) Tan Interior (clean, no tears, no smoking ever) Tan Carpet (could use a little cleaning but still good for an 8 year old car) Mechanical 160,000 miles but it runs WAY better than you'd expect. - - The high mileage is from my wife's commute - these were easy freeway miles. Fuel Efficient --- 28 to 36 mpg No oil leaks New brakes (all four wheels) 1 month ago. Tires - good but not new Windshield - No Cracks or Chips. Defects: 1 small ding on passenger side rear door (shown in pictures). 1 crack in dash vent trim - EASY REPLACEMENT. Bass/Treble button on radio is missing a trim piece but still works fine - EASY REPLACEMENT. Gas Gauge - Once the gas gauge gets low enough to make the "ding" sound alerting you to low gas, the gauge bumps back up about a half tank. Works great from full to near empty - then it does this trick. - I haven't asked a dealer about a replacement gauge because I didn't want to replace the gauge cluster and have someone think I was trying to hide miles. "Low Traction" light comes on when you initially back up. I've done quite a bit of research and found that this is a sensor going out but that it doesn't effect mechanical function.