I was excited when I purchased the
Cadillac that "Zigged when other cars
Zagged", but the car has spent so much
time in the shop I haven't done much
Zigging or Zagging. I've gone through
two alternaters (They say I'm hard on
them...I guess that running the A/C and
CD player at the same time is a no-no),
two stes of brake pads, a new fuel
pump, and a number of minor problems in
my three years of ownership. This
wouldn't be too terrible if each repair
wasn't so incredibly expensive. This
is my second Caddy, and definitely my
Interior! A roomy comfortable ride,
that is great for around town and even
better on long trips.
1. Less expensive service. 2. Put the
window controls on the windows, not the
center console. 3. Have the
dealership treat you well whetther you
are under the factory warranty or not.
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