I grew up watching my grand dad drive it around, and loved it then. Eventually, he was no longer able to drive, and I've had it since. It's been amazing, the luxury of this vehicle even after 15 years is amazing. If you have one, take care of it, because not a day goes by it doesn't take care of me.
This is a great vehicle overall. The Touring Sedan model was an attempt by GM to compete against the German sedans. In my opinion they did a great job with this car that excels in comfort and amenities, and displays some features not readily available in american cars until many years later, such as folding exterior mirrors, 16 inch wheels and speed-adjustable suspension. The ride is delicious without the suspension being as soft as other large sedans.
Exterior folding mirrors, honey walnut color interior, factory tinted windows, power recliners, less chrome and more body color trim, self diagnostics computer. Also, despite being 15 years old, this car has the best front lights of all cars I've had.
Better holding front seats, better ergonomics (buttons for AC are difficult to access, "cruise control on" light almost out of sight). A few of my other suggested improvements were made in years 1992 and 1993, like traction control, abs and rear disc brakes.
Although I have only had this
particular vehicle for only a few
months, I have owned numerous new and
used vehicles over the years and this
particulare automobile has become an
instant hit for me. I am a Caddy man
for the long haul. The supreme ride
and comfort can't be touched by
anything in it's era. A Caddy is a
true automobile in a class of it' own.
This vehicle has a tremendous amount of
torque that reaches passing speeds
The only improvement the Deville needs
is a stronger rear end.