A good German built Opel nicely dressed
and rebadged as a Cadillac. It has very
comfortable front and rear seats. Many
good standard features: autolevel
suspension, traction control, 4 wheel
disc / antilock brakes, memory seats
and mirrors, fold down rear seats or
center (40/20/40), autolights, all
windows auto up and down. I think this
car is undervalued in the US market.
The three setting memory for seats and
mirrows is handy for three different
family drivers. Auto up and down on all
windows is convenient as is the rear
seat fold down options(40/20/40).
For a Cadillac it should be quieter and
less harsh of rough roads. The
sunvisors are too small when pulled
over to the side. The armrest on the
front doors are too small.
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