The Oldsmobile Achieva was launched for the 1992 model year. It was on the N-body chassis and replaced the Cutlass Calais. Both coupe and sedan body styles were sold.
The 1992-1993 SCX was the performance version, being powered by a W41 2.3L Quad Four putting out 190hp. The SCX also featured driver-adjustable suspension settings, non-overdrive 5th gear, performance clutch, wider rear track, fuel tank baffling, V-rated tires, and an available oil cooler, if you deleted the A/C.
Other trim levels were the base model S, the SL, and the SC. The lower output engines ranged from various 2.3L Quad Fours, putting out up to 180hp; a 2.4L Twin Cam I4, 3.1L V6, and a 3.3L V6. The last year of the Achieva was 1998, being replaced by the Alero the next