The specifications of a 1984 Oldsmobile Delta 88 vary depending on the model, such as the 3,585-pound, two-door coupe with a four-speed overdrive transmission and 140-horsepower, 307-cubic-inch V8 engine. The rear-wheel drive car has a 115.9-inch wheelbase, 15-inch tires, a rear suspension sway bar, and a drum and power disc brake combination. Oldsmobile manufactured the Delta 88 as a four-door sedan with six-cylinder, 3.8-liter engines and eight-cylinder, 5.0-liter engines with three- and four-speed automatic transmissions.
Oldsmobile produced its 1984 Delta 88s in diesel-powered models with eight-cylinder, 5.7-liter engines, and three and four-speed transmissions. The diesel versions average about 21 miles per gallon in combined city and highway driving. The gasoline-powered models average between 16 and 17 miles per gallon in combined city and highway travel. The Delta 88 two-door coupe speedometers register a maximum speed of 85 miles per hour.
The three-speed 1984 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser is a five-door station wagon with a 350-cubic-inch, 105-horsepower V8 indirect-injection diesel engine. The car weighs about 4,310 pounds, is about 219.4 inches long with a 115.9 wheelbase, and holds about 21.9 gallons of fuel. The full-size car accelerates from zero to 60 miles per hour in about 17.5 seconds, and reaches a maximum speed of 90 miles per hour. Oldsmobile manufactured its Delta 88 line from the 1977 through 1985 model years.